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C++ for beginners, part 8b (the end)

Previously, on hercles:

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C++ for beginners, part 8a (finishing the project)

Well, we’ve got to the point where we can now make a multi-function program, with a rudimentary interface! I tried it earlier, and it was surprisingly easy, so I think I can walk y’all through it in one post. I … Continue reading

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C++ for beginners, part 7 (Compromise)

Rorschach would have made a lousy programmer.

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C++ for beginners, part 6

These posts tend to be longer than I expect, so without further a-

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C++ for beginners, part 5

Let’s get straight to business.

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C++ for beginners, part 4 (a binary digression)

I know I said there’d only be one more post before problem 2, but I realised this is a good opportunity to talk about binary, which is both useful, and really interesting (no, seriously). Right now, we have 10 options. … Continue reading

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C++ for beginners, part 3

In the previous post, we turned an R function into a C++ function. Problem is, you have to compile and run it each time you want to get the answer. On top of that, the code only works on one … Continue reading

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