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    Thanks again

    Thanks again
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    Thanks for the book recommendation. Can you tell...

    Thanks for the book recommendation.
    Can you tell me the date on your Accelerated C++ Book so I don't accidentally buy another outdated one?
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    I believe Cyberfish already helped you:

    I believe Cyberfish already helped you:
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    C++ Book Editions and Recommendations

    I've done most of the tutorial on this site and began to get into C++ programming. So I figured I'd get one of the recommended books.
    I got "The C++ Programming Language" by Bjarne Stroustrup....
  5. Can't find compiled Program with Code::Blocks using GNU GCC Compiler

    I use Code::Blocks with the compiler that comes with it - GNU GCC Compliler - to make my programs, and I just finished my second one, and I found the first compiled program with some effort. But now...
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    I just started trying to learn that, and I agree...

    I just started trying to learn that, and I agree fully with you, it is not for begginers ( aka me)
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    Yes, I do know how to use cin/cout. I will look...

    Yes, I do know how to use cin/cout. I will look into that tutorial. Thanks for all the help.
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    Isn't that C style coding. Also, either I don't...

    Isn't that C style coding.
    Also, either I don't understand you fully, or I didn't explain my question well enough. I have several numbers that I would like to store to a file so that a user can save...
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    Saving numbers to files

    I was wondering if you could save and recover numbers from files. The tutorial didn't really say anything about it. Although it does talk about ASCII.
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    Thanks to both of you for your help, I thought I...

    Thanks to both of you for your help, I thought I might be messing up my computer or something.
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    ok, I guess that makes sense. Just out of...

    ok, I guess that makes sense. Just out of curiousity, where do these garbage values come from.
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    Huge pre-assigned values to variables

    Ok...When I declare a variable. For this case, lets say x, but it doesn't really matter. I call upon x and it is just a massive seven or more digit number. I haven't even set x to anything yet, so...
  13. Do I have to use typecasting to get a number...

    Do I have to use typecasting to get a number displayed onto a string?

    Or is there a better method?
  14. ok, that makes sense. thanks. But just one...

    ok, that makes sense. thanks.

    But just one last question...If I'm referencing a class that is elsewhere, why do I have to construct the class as if i'm making a new one?


    also, there is now...
  15. That fixed the problem with 'new_weapon1' not...

    That fixed the problem with 'new_weapon1' not being defined, but the other problems still occur
  16. [QUOTE=laserlight;703970]Not quite. Here is one...

    [QUOTE=laserlight;703970]Not quite. Here is one approach, using a member variable:

    #include <iostream>

    using namespace std;

    class item {
    public:
    void use() {
    cout << "This...
  17. person(const item& new_item) : item1(new_item) {}...

    person(const item& new_item) : item1(new_item) {}

    I don't quite understand how this part works^.
    I know that it is part of an initialization list, but how does that work to set up a bunch of...
  18. Yeah, that sounds more convienient to me as well,...

    Yeah, that sounds more convienient to me as well, since I don't have to pass a whole bunch of variable around individually to make everything work the way i want it to. I'll read up on it.
  19. So make a class within a class?

    So make a class within a class?
  20. Can I not reference another class within a class?

    I'm having some trouble with classes...again. I just can't seem to get my head around them.

    I made a class for the player, and classes for the weapons, armor, items, etc that he will use, but...
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    Thanks for all the help, I got the problem fixed...

    Thanks for all the help, I got the problem fixed and understand what I did wrong.



    I'll try to improve the organization, but I wanted there to be a separate function for the fighting, than...
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    my example compiles fine...hmmm, I thought I...

    my example compiles fine...hmmm, I thought I included the problem, here is the full class


    class player {
    public:
    player (int health, int intelligence, int strength, int agility,
    ...
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    for writing purposes, i use codeblocks.

    for writing purposes, i use codeblocks.
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    class creature { public: creature () {}...

    class creature {
    public:
    creature () {}
    ~creature () {}
    int attack () {
    power = basic_dmg + mod_dmg;
    return power;
    }
    void takedmg ( int dmg ) {
    dmg = dmg - armor;
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    Misconception about classes?

    I was under the impression that all the functions in a class shared the variables that were defined in the class. Was I mistaken? My compiler keeps telling me that the variables in the class haven't...
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