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  1. In Topic: Cstrings using strtok function

    Posted 1 Mar 2014

    Thanks for this, was able to pass it by. I knew what you meant but I couldn't think in terms of functions for C strings. I used strcpy() at the end of the function to pass it by reference.
  2. In Topic: Software Engineering/Comp Sci vs. Computer Engineering

    Posted 10 Feb 2014

    View PostLogik22, on 10 February 2014 - 07:34 AM, said:

    I feel like anything relating to either of the fields is going to be good. When people say "<computer field 1> is bad" I think they really mean "<computer field 1> is not as good as <computer field 2>". I will note that I graduated from a bad school (Devry) with a Bachelors in Computer Information System. I got a job with no experience as a software engineer (I had work experience for the past 7 years though) for $45k/year (average entry level salary). After a year of experience a customer of my previous employer contacted me to do the same work for $67k.

    I think a career is what you make it. If you were debating software engineering and art I would argue that software engineering is the safer choice. However, either of the choices you have are a safe bet. Just pick which one you would prefer. If you could see yourself doing both then just pick one and keep your options open. When I started in college my major was CIS, then I switched to networking, then I switched back to CIS. On the down side I wasted money on networking classes, on the up side I'm 4 classes away from a second bachelors degree in a good field if I ever wanted one.


    I see what you mean, You make a good point. In the end I may try to get both of the fields in as much as I can. Thanks for the advice.
  3. In Topic: Inputting 'true' for a boolean variable.

    Posted 8 Feb 2014

    Thank you for your inputs. I think that is what I was meant to do but I couldn't understand the assignment wording lol.
  4. In Topic: [C++] arrays - filling entries with odd numbers

    Posted 25 Nov 2012

    Ok, Just answered my own question. just have to declare int z and put z=z+2 after the 'cout<<odd[y][x];'
  5. In Topic: Simple fahrenheit to celcius conversion using arrays

    Posted 14 Nov 2012

    wow, i see. That makes complete sense, Thank you.

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