Thread: Struct Question

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    writing code?

    Does anyone else have the problem where you can read code, but can't write it. Whenever i try to write code, i end up reading my c++ book again and looking at this site.

    I think this is because i don't have a complete understanding of c++.

    Is there anything i can do to improve my skills faster?

    P.S. Somehow this got titled "Struct Question"...I had a post about structs, but i answered my question and didn't post it...
    Last edited by howdytest; 10-16-2004 at 09:24 PM.

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    write more code.

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    >>i end up reading my c++ book again and looking at this site.
    That's a good way to improve your skills. Try writing code, and when you have trouble, read your book and ask questions here.
    Just Google It. √

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    Just to echo the above posts. Practice helps.

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