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Posted: April 14, 2005, 10:24 am - IP Logged

Hi all,

Some body help me?

I need simple example to generate combinatons guarantee wins em c++ or c.

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    freehand,

    I have noticed that all of your posts ask people to give you c or c++ code.  Are you a programmer?  If so, this kind of thing is not a tremdously difficult piece of code to write - I would suggest that you just take some time and write it.

     

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      freehand,

      I have noticed that all of your posts ask people to give you c or c++ code.  Are you a programmer?  If so, this kind of thing is not a tremdously difficult piece of code to write - I would suggest that you just take some time and write it.





      Hi Todd,

      I am not programmer.

      It is therefore that I look a simple code to be able to have an example.

      Best regards,

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        If you are not a programmer, then do not attempt to program in C or C++ - it is too advanced.  Do all of your work in Excel, using macros if necessary.

         

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          Quote: Originally posted by Todd on April 14, 2005


          If you are not a programmer, then do not attempt to program in C or C++ - it is too advanced.  Do all of your work in Excel, using macros if necessary.



          Hi Todd,

          I have many books of c and c++ and am studying alone.

          Therefore it wanted a code, to follow pass-the-pass.

          I have code COVER by NURMELA and is excellent, but I want to find one more simpler.

          Thank you.

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            Freehand,

            I don't understand what it means when you say "Therefore it wanted a code, to follow pass-the-pass."

            Also, if you're new to programming, I would recommend Visual Basic, because it is much easier to get something working in VB, and once you learn that language you can also make programs in all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, etc.), because they all use VBA (Visual Basic  for Applications).

             

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              Quote: Originally posted by Todd on April 15, 2005



              Freehand,

              I don't understand what it means when you say "Therefore it wanted a code, to follow pass-the-pass."

              Also, if you're new to programming, I would recommend Visual Basic, because it is much easier to get something working in VB, and once you learn that language you can also make programs in all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, etc.), because they all use VBA (Visual Basic  for Applications).





              Hi Todd,

              The c++ is the best language for development cover designer.

              And i am work in the source for very fast algorithm for create wheels.

              Thank you for replay.

              Freehand

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                Posted: April 24, 2005, 9:57 am - IP Logged

                The only combination that guarantees to win is a full list of every possible combination. Take Todd's advice and go with Visual Basic... it is very easy to learn and to quickly whip up programs to test ideas.

                I actually prefer VB to VBA for rapid prototyping. Get yourself one of the sams.net "VB in 21 days" books as a primer, much easier than learning C++. If you are insistent with learning C++ then get a Linux distribution as everything has source code available and most of your linux developers are very good about commenting in their code.

                I keep meaning to learn C#, but have yet to encounter a problem that could not be solved with Visual Basic... so I keep putting it off. I can't decide if I'm just lazy or if it is a situation of "Don't fix it if it's not broke".

                good luck!

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