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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    bryan,thats a bloody awesome tutorial you have there mate....... well done champ<> 10/10.

    One moderately intelligent fellow

    I'm not sure how i'll go with this though ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    thx for class. Hey not that I am, but are we allowed to chew gum in class?

  3. #23

    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    Thanks for nice TuT...

    but what the heck!

    Quote Originally Posted by null View Post
    Guess the coding language:

    cout << "My first C++!";
    system.out.println ("My first java!");
    10 PRINT "My first basic!"
    txt_msg.Text = "my first visualbasic!"
    writeln ('my first DHTML / delphi');
    <BODY>My first HTML!</BODY>
    DISPLAY "My first cobol!".
    print "My first python\n";
    echo 'My first php!';
    9 different languages...
    woah...

    I know 2 only

    1 thing i don't understand:
    Code:
    for(int nCount = 0; nCount < 10; nCount++)
    NCount already is smaller than 10? So why should it output anything?

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    As long as nCount < 10 returns true it outputs that whats in the block of the for loop.

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    WoW nice m8!! im gonna try that soon altho i dont think i will crack it for another few weeks/months


    /Jordan

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    Hahahah,Nice tut,I'll probly read it 5 or 6 times before I fully understand it but least I'm leaning peice by peice8).

  7. #27

    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    First correction on the java one

    system.out.println("blah");

    wont work, Java is case-sensitive so it needs to b
    System.out.println("blah");

    Quote Originally Posted by Negaal View Post
    Code:
    for(int nCount = 0; nCount < 10; nCount++)
    NCount already is smaller than 10? So why should it output anything?
    think of it in terms of a while loop, which does the same thing

    Code:
    int nCount = 0;
    while (nCount <10)
    {
       //print or do something
       nCount++;
    }
    so what happens is, initially nCount = 0, each time it goes through the while loop, it increments by 1 (nCount++ is same as nCount = nCount +1... so it will go from 0 - 9 inclusive (0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9)... Hence if u have a print statement it will print whatever it is 10 times.

    Hope that helped

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1



    ??????

    It's Vista again isnt it? :-\

    *Sigh*

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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    If the path's correct try running as admin.
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    Re: C++ Tutorial For Beginners Lesson #1

    Quote Originally Posted by Dedicated View Post

    ??????

    It's Vista again isnt it? :-\

    *Sigh*
    Press right mouse button on 'this computer' > Properties, tab advanced & then hit the button: 'environment variables'. Correct the Path mentioned there.

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