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  1. In Topic: Columns and Rows for Loops

    Posted 27 Feb 2015

    Hint:

    How are your numbers stored?

    1) All in one long int array of 24 numbers?

    or ...

    2) In a 2D array with 6 rows and 4 columns in each row?

    If stored as in 2) above ...

    can you code for an output loop like this:

    //for each row in twoDimArray
    {
       //for each col in (each) row
       {
          //print out number in that col followed by a space
       }
       // ok finished with this row ... so ...
       //print out a new line char now // go to a new line //
    }
    
    



    Edit:

    Oops ... I just noticed:

    Quote

    My objective is to print multiples of 4 that are less than 100 in a 4 by 4 format.


    So you are going to generate the numbers yourself, as you go ...
    So ... could do something like this:

    for( int i = 4; i < 100; i += 4 )
    {
       // print i followed by a space
       // if i % 16 == 0 print a newline char // i.e. go to to a new line
    }
    
    
  2. In Topic: How do I record multiple inputs for 2 orders on 2 different registers?

    Posted 27 Feb 2015

    You need to re-read the 'problem' ...

    Quote

    Write a c++ program that does the following:
    Create a Register class that can store all of the receipts
    for the day and the totals for that register.


    So ... each cash-register STORES each order (could use a struct for each order.)

    Thus ... could use a vector of struct to hold all orders for each cash-register
    also could have a member to track the running dollar sum of orders so far.

    Does this look familiar?
  3. In Topic: simple doubt on basic sorting in c++

    Posted 14 Aug 2014

    01	#include<iostream.h> // use #include <iostream>
    02	#include<conio.h>    // don't use this to keep code portable
    03	void main()          // the standard is int main() ... i.e. main returns an int
    04	{
    05	   clrscr();            // don't use this or any parts of conio.h for the aabove mentioned reason
    06	   int a[6],k,i,j,temp;
    07	   cout << "Enter 6 numbers : " << endl ;
    08	   for(i=0;i<6;i++)
    09	   {
    10	      cin >> a[6]; // 2 BIG errors here ... but both fixed by changing 6 to i
    11	   }
               // ...
    
    


    just to get you started ...


    Also ... you may want to do some web research until you 'see' how a bubble sort works ...?

    It is really easy and obvious ... 'when you see it' .
  4. In Topic: Help on Class and Client Program

    Posted 30 Jul 2014

    Take a simple example:

    int a = 5, b = 6, c = 7, d;

    // this is ok and will compile:
    d = a + b + c;

    // this is NOT ok and will NOT compile:
    d + a = b + c; // bad line // why ? //


    You had tried above ...

    Quote

    double GiftWrap::calcTotal(double subtotal, double tax)
    {
        double total;
        subtotal + tax = total;
        return total;
    }
    
    
  5. In Topic: factorial of large numbers

    Posted 30 Jul 2014

    What you really need ... is ... a BigInt class ...

    and ...
    if your check at my signature web links (below) you will find several simple examples there.

    Or Google ...
    Big Numbers ... Big Int (Integers) ... via a C++ class David

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David Wayne Zavitz
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    Invincible-99 Icon

    29 Jun 2012 - 06:10
    Oh, sorry!
    That link doesn't work.
    http://i48.tinypic.com/34qqrg3.jpg
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    Invincible-99 Icon

    29 Jun 2012 - 06:06
    Hi!
    [IMG]http://i48.tinypic.com/34qqrg3.jpg[/IMG]
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    Anarion Icon

    24 Jun 2012 - 13:44
    Regards to you, awesome friend! ;)
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    v0rtex Icon

    07 Jun 2012 - 03:04
    Thanks for the link! Why would u advise I look at HLA?
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    caleb123 Icon

    22 Jun 2010 - 19:37
    Would you like to be my website designing buddy? If you do, you can email me at cheryman22@yahoo.com
    You and I can give each other tips and answer question to make us both better at designing websites.
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    skyhawk133 Icon

    08 Jun 2010 - 09:43
    Great to have you David! Thanks for the kind comment.
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    xxxpriya Icon

    20 Feb 2010 - 21:25
    thanx a lot david
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