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#1 lerono   User is offline

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Just wanted to say Hi!

Post icon  Posted 23 March 2009 - 06:59 PM

I'm new to the programming thing. Started taking classes in October, I'm studying C++. Always wanted to do something like this, so now I'm working on accomplishing a major dream.

I live in a small town along the Ohio River in Kentucky. I have a "big" family: wife, kid, baby on the way, three dogs, two gerbils, 3 fish. At least most of them can't talk! :D

I've already gotten some good help here and found some important answers that I haven't been able to find within my classes or anything that makes sense on other websites. Can't wait until I know enough to offer others some help. I've already started doing that in my classes, soon I'll have enough knowledge to actually be helpful on here as well.


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Re: Just wanted to say Hi!

Posted 23 March 2009 - 10:16 PM

Welcome to Dream.In.Code

Thanks for joining Dream.In.Code, hope to see you around the forums someday :)

You have just stepped into the greatest programming community on the Internet, we have experts for just about every mainstream language, and even some languages that aren't so mainstream, so the level of expertise is second to none. All will be more than willing to help, as long as you too are willing to put forth the effort to solve your problem, and to go along the road to becoming a better programmer smile.gif

I would like to ask that when making a programming question that you first place your code inside code tags like this :code: . This makes it much easier to read through large pieces of code, and keeps your post a little more organized.

When posting a programming question first make sure you're in the first forum, then make sure you provide as much information as you can think of that would make it easier for a 2nd pair of eyes to help you debug your issue.

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