not sure why you said that??? I did click on those links he posted, but if there was an example to do more stuff then I clearly didn't understand it.....I have only been in this intro c++ course for like 4 weeks. I don't understand a lot of the syntax I see posted in those links, especially the official ones on sites like cplusplus.
Originally Posted by Rodaxoleaux
I will look again, but like I said, if it contains a lot of syntax I don't understand...it isn't much use to me. I was HOPING someone here would take the time to explain one of the two things I needed. Though if that is too much to ask, then maybe you could redirect me to a forum that would be able to explain these things to me?
I don't want to sound helpless here, but most of the suggestions I have seen thus far (aside from the cin.ignore one) were really above my level. I said in the title I was a newbie, so some kind of context would be nice with these suggestions.
For example, I just learned about the loop functions today. Specifically while. A lot of the stuff here is tough for me to understand, and thus would be kind of hard for me to implement.
cout << "enter anything (choose a number to stop): ";
cin >> omgnumbers;
I have never seen cin.good or cin.bad.
I have zero idea what this is about.
I have never used putchar before. Not sure what while(str[i]) does/means.
/* toupper example */
int main ()
char str="Test String.\n";
why is i++ there?