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help with a c++ project

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i3urn

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03-26-2012

Start to finish on

http://pastebin.com/pbVTtAMn


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i3urn

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03-26-2012

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Kohana Sushi:
So what do you need help with? What are your questions?

Right now, this post just says, "do this project for me."


Thats what I ment by it. I am drunk and cannot function, my main is calling but my function is not responding. I can give $$$$ plz help!


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i3urn

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03-26-2012

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Kohana Sushi:
Good luck in life, kid. No one's going to do your work for you. As a professional programmer who graduated with distinction honors, I can tell you that's not how it works in the real world. Might want to consider a different major if you can't handle a wrapper class of a random number generator. You might want to consider finding yourself before you decide on a career since you are getting drunk instead of doing your homework.


Ah don't be like that, help a brother out. I know it isn't in the real world. I just cannot do it because of my state of mind!


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IS1d69e2e5726f5f

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03-26-2012

i know you're suppose to do int and return 0 instead of void with no return


but why?


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i3urn

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03-26-2012

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Kohana Sushi:
"Because the standard dictates that every C/C++ program must return a value to indicate its success. It also says that a program must return either 0 or EXIT_SUCCESS if the execution was successful. Declaring main() as void doesn't mean the program won't return a value -- it just means that the value it returns will probably not be 0."

http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/cpp/threads/78955/void-main-vs-int-main (http://na.leagueoflegends.com/board/redirect.php?do=verify&redirect_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.daniweb.com%2Fsoftware-development%2Fcpp%2Fthreads%2F78955%2Fvoid-main-vs-int-main)


this guy so brutal. I make him a millionaire and he abandons me


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i3urn

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03-26-2012

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Kohana Sushi:
In the time you spend begging, you could be working.


Don't leave me friend!! We could do great things together.


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Dobagoh

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03-26-2012

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i3urn:
Don't leave me friend!! We could do great things together.


Yes. Pull a Bill Gates and drop out of college.


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Cheerilee

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03-27-2012

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i3urn:
Start to finish on

http://pastebin.com/pbVTtAMn


http://xkcd.com/221/


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Sir Grimace

Senior Member

03-27-2012

Is it wrong that seeing such failures (definitely referring to you OP) makes me appreciate my success even more?


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