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Posted 2 May 2013Yes yes, I must thank you all for making such quick responses to my question. I didn't think i'd get any at around 1:30 AM EST. I shall have to apply your suggestions in-depth later in the day as I have work in the afternoon.
My inquiring mind wishes to know though, why should "main" be declared as "int" and even return 0? Hindsight says that it makes sense in regards to the fact that I am working with numbers in all this, but I believe I have read such a similar thing before on other occasions. Is it really that important?
Posted 10 Nov 2012Okay I'm back and calmed down. But I think I may put this whole dice roller project on hiatus for now and work on my own things for now. Maybe program Hangman, that would be good fun
I've learned from past mistakes before, I'll do it again. Plus I got better things to worry about like a college C project.
In the end, I guess I should be grateful for coming across this website. Without people like you, I think I would have given up on my journey to become a programmer.
Also, diceList seemed to serve no purpose. Removed it altogether and replaced the print statement for it with "diceResultList" and it works quite well. I can even tell it to roll 1000d10 for example.
Anyways, that will be all for this. I think that wraps it up for this thread. I think locking it would be a fine way to end things.
Also thanks #define. That really helps to make sense of why it was happening.
Posted 9 Nov 2012I hace read that article before. i don't think I ever got anythibg out of it though.
Posted 8 Nov 2012I currently have the book "C By Discovery" by Foster & Foster. I believe I have somewhere "The C Programming" by Kernhigan and Ritchie.
I always wanted to get into programming for games. Never really knew how to though so I tried to start off as basic as I thought I could.
Posted 8 Nov 2012So what do I do then? I've been at trying to learn for less than a year now. It's really starting to seem hopeless now.
I can't seem to rely on anything, not even myself to learn this.
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