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    >> Any poll conducted by a neutral party, on a...

    >> Any poll conducted by a neutral party, on a larger sample, with an open sampling process and data to prove accuracy would suffice.

    Can you name what you'd consider to be a neutral party? There...
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    >> But if you change the confidence level to 99%,...

    >> But if you change the confidence level to 99%, you can't say that.

    Ok, so what you were saying is that polls can't tell us the winner with greater than 99% certainty. I agree with that. Or...
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    >> I'm sure you're not just slapping the...

    >> I'm sure you're not just slapping the "science" label on something just because you agree with it... right?

    Of course not. There is a fundamental difference between how scientific polls are...
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    >> What poll are you referring to? CNN's...

    >> What poll are you referring to? CNN's 500-person poll that oversampled Democrats?
    >> Because independent polls not undertaken by the establishment overwhelmingly show otherwise:

    >> Thing to...
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    fanli, while I saw some good advice, it might be...

    fanli, while I saw some good advice, it might be over your head. I will try to answer your questions which I didn't see get answered directly...

    >> (1)which object's member variable named string...
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    >> My problem is in the display skiers time...

    >> My problem is in the display skiers time function I am not sure how to compare strings.
    You are comparing them correctly in that function. That is not your problem. The good thing about the...
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    Also... >> Trump is a successful businessman....

    Also...

    >> Trump is a successful businessman.
    You say this, but is it true? I mean, how many bankruptcies, how many failed ventures, etc, has he had? Sure, he's wealthy, and he does have some...
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    Umm... Did you read that link? Assange got a hold...

    Umm... Did you read that link? Assange got a hold of those emails because they were made available by the US State Department as a result of an FOIA request.

    Oops.
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    >> An indictment would help clear the waters...

    >> An indictment would help clear the waters around this entire issue. Either her innocence or guilt.

    If there isn't evidence of breaking the law, you don't indict just to make it more settled by...
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    I wouldn't necessarily be against enforcing these...

    I wouldn't necessarily be against enforcing these restrictions more strictly (although there is currently a problem with overclassification that makes me not super gung-ho about the idea). However,...
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    >> Politicians/celebrities/high-power businessmen...

    >> Politicians/celebrities/high-power businessmen get away with things that "ordinary" citizens can't.

    I won't deny that in general, but at the same time, I don't like to apply it to individual...
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    Yeah, turns out that "extreme carelessness"...

    Yeah, turns out that "extreme carelessness" doesn't exactly meet the standard for "gross negligence" mentioned in (f). Or at least it hasn't ever been that way previously and they don't want to...
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    I'm aware of some of the details, sure. But none...

    I'm aware of some of the details, sure. But none (including the ones you mention) come all that close to level of an indictable offense. And again, given that the reason for not indicting was...
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    I've seen people say this, but yet I haven't seen...

    I've seen people say this, but yet I haven't seen good evidence for it. Comey specifically said their reason for not recommending indictment was that nobody had ever been indicted for anything as...
  15. Always initialize your variables. I would prefer...

    Always initialize your variables. I would prefer to declare your variables only when you're ready to initialize and or use them, which also helps remind you of that rule. That might help you here.
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    Maybe the post was edited later, but I don't...

    Maybe the post was edited later, but I don't think the class needs to be rewritten. It looks like there's just one line that's a problem inside inputAsCh(). It's trying to reconstruct the current...
  17. Another thing you could do would be to better...

    Another thing you could do would be to better explain in the code what your magic constants mean. For example, at first I thought jimblumberg's example would break the application because it makes...
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    cout

    cout << " " << "1";
    This is your code for outputting the initial spaces. So it should be clear why the code is doing what it's doing now. It just outputs 12 spaces every time.

    The...
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    >> What is the best way to test each input of the...

    >> What is the best way to test each input of the array individually to see if it's an integer?

    Checking for !cin is what you want, you just want to do it during or immediately after each time you...
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    A couple things... 1) Your sorting operator...

    A couple things...

    1) Your sorting operator should return true if v1 is less than v2 and false otherwise. Using == or compare does not do this.
    2) You should be passing by reference or reference...
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    That will definitely help. One other word of...

    That will definitely help.

    One other word of advice. You currently check (!cin) after your (first) for loop is done. That will only check the state of cin after you've already tried to read in all...
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    How do you expect the user to indicate that they...

    How do you expect the user to indicate that they are done entering numbers? Do they just hit enter without typing anything? Do they type some non-digit and hit enter? You're just gathering numbers in...
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    >> I want to create an array of initialized class...

    >> I want to create an array of initialized class objects not an array of pointer.

    You're already doing that correctly with std::vector <SideTile> walls. Just follow the same format for your tiles.
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    At a quick glance, your use of the vector to hold...

    At a quick glance, your use of the vector to hold SideTile objects is correct. What's the problem you're encountering? Are you trying to convert the tiles array to be a vector? If so, that would make...
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    >> Seriously, that data is now polluted by bad...

    >> Seriously, that data is now polluted by bad science; you should stop trying to discuss the validity of climate change and causes thereof by means of that data.

    O_o

    I don't recall doing that,...
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