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    Talking Hi

    Hi ,I am a new member,rusty C++ knowledge and also java and asm
    currently went back to C++
    was thinking it maybe better to join a C forum than get stuck on errors
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    Welcome! Feel free to post questions if you get stuck. Code goes between [code][/code] tags.

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    thanks
    would be good to know what this PHC file included in VC++ does,so I dont write unnecerary includes,should I put all include<> besides my own include "file.cpp" ?
    as an alternative to couts,I use string functions to add together one string of what I want on the screen and get pointer and lenght and setText message ? (windows program)

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    Please start new threads for questions, and don't mix different topics in a single thread. Make your questions as precise as possible. Also, don't ask other users to do the research for you, the first question for instance can easily be answered through a web search. The forum has a search function too! If you're actually stuck on any issues, then of course we'll try to help.

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    thanks searched,Ok source code too I seen in problem area,ok,just wanted to adjust to newer VC++ coding style and continue with habit of separate source file for functions because thats flexible

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    so why did everyone here choose C/C++ ?
    from the beginning I was convinced that compilers do a great job optimizing,but also think it was a benefit of best coders thinked lowlevel with shifts and adds,boolean that everyone learned from and I liked it short typing and lowlevel too and its fast

    how many also have skills in other program languages?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I C everything View Post
    so why did everyone here choose C/C++ ?
    from the beginning I was convinced that compilers do a great job optimizing,but also think it was a benefit of best coders thinked lowlevel with shifts and adds,boolean that everyone learned from and I liked it short typing and lowlevel too and its fast

    how many also have skills in other program languages?
    I have C as my second language in UNI.If i could carry on with python i would.Python has much less hustle IMO but C is more into details in coding. More to learn

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