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    my goal is making hardware work under the code (c...

    my goal is making hardware work under the code (c program) which i wrote.
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    C Programming and Hardware

    Hey :)

    my direction in life is hardware.
    i want to work with hardware in future.
    so i want to train on it right now, i heard about aurdino and more things.
    i did read in some websites which...
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    Creating software

    Hey everyone :)

    i program with C language in general, and i finished my project.
    so i have a question - how to create a software? how to design a software? how to connect between algorithm (which...
  4. Thread: big projects

    by Krewella
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    big projects

    Hey :)

    i'm looking for some big projects, i have no idea for good one.
    but someone told me that the writing compiler is a good one, so what do you think?
    i will be happy if you'll write here...
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    why is it wrong? and i'm sorry, here is the...

    why is it wrong?
    and i'm sorry, here is the code.

    ups, one sec and i will copy here my code.
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    number of characters

    hey :)

    i have a problem to solve, so can you help me please?
    first of all, i need to get output of number of characters in this method : if the input is "4r2w5x", so the output will be...
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    yes, i did compile it and i got an error window....

    yes, i did compile it and i got an error window.
    if i will give up, will it not affect? i mean, aren't those functions important for knowledge? (in general).
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    conio.h functions

    hey

    when i decide to use conio.h functions, like clrscr() and gotoxy(), it shows me that the same functions aren't found (even if i wrote #include<conio.h>). it shows me that there are red crooked...
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