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  1. Thread: break == bad

    by Kokain
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    to get out of loops, pal.

    to get out of loops, pal.
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    You are a lovely reptile. Thanks !

    You are a lovely reptile. Thanks !
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    Do you have any links for C# FREE ebooks ?

    I have no money to buy expensive (at least, to me) printed books, therefore the sources I learn from are free ebooks (i.e Thinking in Java - Bruce Eckel, Microsoft Press ebooks... et cetera).
    ...
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    you're having troubles with extraction/insertion...

    you're having troubles with extraction/insertion direction. Recheck you cout statements. your if/else statement seems to be ok, so what's the prob. ?
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    Poor you all !

    I'm in Asia. I have my own MS Studio Enterprise Edition with only 0.7$, MSDN April 2001 with 3x0.7$ and I'm waiting for MS Studio .NET...

    I have almost things with only 0.7$ per CDROM.

    That's...
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    Standard C++

    That's required in standard C++.

    Pre-standard C++ your codes :

    #include <iostream.h>

    int main()
    {
    cout<<"Samples";
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    Problems with "char*"... Please help

    I have some troubles with char * (pointer to char)...

    #1. Is the declaration

    // codes
    char* psz = "SAMPLE 1";
    // end of codes

    is equivalent to
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    Hi, there !

    my English is very bad, therefore I may misunderstand what you mentioned. But let me try...

    // #1

    int N;
    char* arrOfString[20]; // 20 for example

    cout<<"enter number of your string...
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    Hi, there !

    my English is very bad, therefore I may misunderstand what you mentioned. But let me try...

    // #1

    int N;
    char* arrOfString[20]; // 20 for example

    cout<<"enter number of your string...
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