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  1. In Topic: Changing a Float to a String and Cutting Decimal Places Off

    Posted 17 Aug 2015

    Yep. I know it's too complex. I just spend my free time writing random code like this trying to fix problems. This is just something I am doing for fun, so I do not need it to be simple. I will use your suggestion anyway. It saves me from headaches, lol.
  2. In Topic: Changing a Float to a String and Cutting Decimal Places Off

    Posted 17 Aug 2015

    Out of curiosity, what did I do wrong in my code above? I still like to learn how to do things the more complex way.
  3. In Topic: Changing a Float to a String and Cutting Decimal Places Off

    Posted 17 Aug 2015

    I knew there was a simple way, lol. I was just using char* since I could use it like an array. Thanks for the simpler way though.
  4. In Topic: Assertion Error While Running Addition Function

    Posted 26 Jul 2015

    So does anyone have an idea on what's wrong? It seems to happen when I use the front() method on a string in the getchar method I created.
  5. In Topic: Assertion Error While Running Addition Function

    Posted 25 Jul 2015

    Hm. It's also adding a new line after I add a comma in the add function. Does cin add a new line?

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Member Title:
Paranormal Investigator
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19 years old
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August 1, 1996
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Programming(C++, some Java), Reading, Gardening, herbology, Hunting.
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Kenneth Stanley Clark
Years Programming:
7
Programming Languages:
C++, Java, PHP, Javascript.

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    05 Feb 2013 - 18:40
    Thanks for the Reputation Point.
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