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    >8gon Allow me to repeat what others have...

    >8gon

    Allow me to repeat what others have already said:
    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA! u r teh foolz doooood.

    I think I may have to take you off of my ignore list strictly for the entertainment value.
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    Oops, I forgot to follow the links. As far as...

    Oops, I forgot to follow the links. As far as it's use, I think we agree it's pretty limited. It may help as a teaching tool, but, other than that, I don't think it provides much benefit.

    p.s....
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    On it's own it can be, but, in context, I'm not...

    On it's own it can be, but, in context, I'm not sure that's the case. If we've determined that the sentence so far is <pronoun> <verb> <determiner> <noun>, I'm not sure that a verb in its general...
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    All the time, if you consider slang and...

    All the time, if you consider slang and colloquialisms (sp?)

    "He hits a grounder to short."
    "I need to code for awhile if I'm ever going to finish this project."

    First of all, grounder isn't...
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    That's the one with the tubes, right?

    Wait, wait, wait. Hold on. A what site? What are these intarwebs you speak of?
  6. Thread: HTML Board

    by Decrypt
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    Poll: Just doing my part.

    Just doing my part.
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    Since Christmas...

    Since Christmas.
    Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers out there!
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    I should have qualified those statements; I meant...

    I should have qualified those statements; I meant "when you can." Clearly someone who lives a long way from work (though, in a more harsh stance than I'd probably take, those are choices made...
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    Now I remember why I put you on my ignore list. ...

    Now I remember why I put you on my ignore list.

    I really don't understand the whining, either. I mean, it's (relatively) expensive, but how much is your gas spending really going up? Let's say...
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    Terrible news, indeed. You are in our thoughts,...

    Terrible news, indeed. You are in our thoughts, and I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say I wish you and your family the best. Please keep us updated, and yourself safe.
  11. Thread: Tabs or Spaces

    by Decrypt
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    Poll: Spaces FTW. 3 of 'em. I'll admit I didn't...

    Spaces FTW. 3 of 'em.

    I'll admit I didn't read every one of DavidP's posts, but I totally agree with this:I use Code::Blocks at home for the most part, pico (I don't know why I love pico when I...
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    Oops, I had heard it was the same team...edited...

    Oops, I had heard it was the same team...edited above post
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    Deckard's explanation is spot on for me, too. I...

    Deckard's explanation is spot on for me, too. I frequently have to give my wife that sort of explanation when we're driving along or reading or watching a bit of TV and I burst out laughing when...
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    Like swgh implied, it probably wasn't included...

    Like swgh implied, it probably wasn't included with your compiler. You're using Dev C++ 4, right? If so, and you want to continue using Dev-C++, get the v5 beta. Otherwise there are a number of...
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    Yes, we'd like to see what you have accomplished...

    Yes, we'd like to see what you have accomplished so far.
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    What Salem and Daved are getting at is that no...

    What Salem and Daved are getting at is that no one here is going to spoon feed you this code. Please try to work this out on your own, then post the code and what problems you are having. If you do...
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    Poll: Congratulations, Prelude, what a merry Christmas...

    Congratulations, Prelude, what a merry Christmas it must have been!
    I hope this finds your family happy and healthy.

    Hey, I wasn't too far off, outside of the date!
  18. A strong math background may not be absolutely...

    A strong math background may not be absolutely necessary to program in C/C++, but it's neither useless nor irrelevant.

    Mathematics isn't just about calculation. A solid math background will help...
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    That's always what I've used in the past, and...

    That's always what I've used in the past, and I've never had a problem before.

    I've been thinking, and maybe the problem is outside of the code. I haven't tried running this while sitting in...
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    OK, scratch that. On the school's version, the...

    OK, scratch that. On the school's version, the newline character was typed correctly. I tried Tonto's suggestion, and it outputs -1. I did a few cin.get()s in a row and they all came back that...
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    Unbelievable. I think I did. I can't access the...

    Unbelievable. I think I did. I can't access the school's computer right now, and I'd have to check to make sure, but the file on my Windows box says I did.

    I didn't get a 'multi-character...
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    What version of Dev-C++ are you using? The...

    What version of Dev-C++ are you using? The 4.9.whatever one doesn't come with it. Get the v5 instead.
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    EOF / cin.clear()

    I'm having Windows/linux EOF issues.

    Given the snippet:
    std::string sWord;
    while (std::cin >> sWord)
    {
    //blah blah blah
    }
    std::cin.clear();
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    J.P., I don't know what you've heard, but we're...

    J.P., I don't know what you've heard, but we're not that kind of board... :)
  25. Using system() is, in general, not recommended as...

    Using system() is, in general, not recommended as it opens up some security issues. For little practice and learning programs, it's not a big deal. However, it's better to avoid it now so you don't...
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