Kairen Efram

@CPPStudent7308 (8) • Buena High School
Daily Question #4: What is your favourite, but weird word
posted to Ask by ReshiramWolfu

@mkhoi Circular reasoning in order to confuse the reader. Love it!
It's like this: I heard you like chargers, so I put a charger in your dodge charger so you can charge from your charger while charging ahead in your dodge charger.

Does anyone use c++?
posted to Ask by ItsEmpCs

That's what I'm using for the Game Jam competition.

Daily Question #4: What is your favourite, but weird word
posted to Ask by ReshiramWolfu

@SolarBoom I dunno. Maybe someone will dedicate themselves to sit here for 6 hours trying to say the molecule. Sounds like something I would do, but I'm just too lazy right now.

Help please!
posted to Ask by AlcidesCunha

@heyitsmarcus @AlcidesCunha Ok. I think I understand the concept of the game now. Now I'm in the same boat as @AlcidesCunha with no understanding of the logic.

What are the best settings to code ?
posted to Ask by lsambrook

I am just going to put out there the only thing I changed is the theme and indent. Repl.it dark theme is a lot better to work with, and the tab indent is easier to move around with and less frustrating to me.

Help please!
posted to Ask by AlcidesCunha

Oh boy. I know C++ and I know this is similar, but first I can't understand the documentation, and second what is eight queens?

What line of code describes you best? 🤔
posted to Ask by katyadee

std::cout << "Insert soul here:";
std::cin >> soul;
std::cout << "Sorry, the operation 'Insert Soul' is not responding";

Daily Question #4: What is your favourite, but weird word
posted to Ask by ReshiramWolfu

@SolarBoom Halfway through I thought it was the name of a molecule for some important cell function. I was thinking of a protein molecule. When I got to the bottom, I was glad to see I was right.

✨✨Introduce Yourself! 👋 ✨✨
posted to Announcements by katyadee

Hi, I'm Kai and I've only had a couple of years' experience with coding. My favorite is C++, although I know some Python and a version of Javascript. I just love the simplicity and functionality of C++. If you would like to know where I'm from, I was born in Landsthul, Germany, and moved to Virginia, then Kansas, was nearly killed by a tornado, and finally came to Sierra Vista, AZ in 2007 or 2008 I can't remember.

What should we code?
posted to Ask by katyadee

@SPQR Hey it is I. Remember how you asked to team up for the game jam thing and I disappeared? Well, I'm back and I feel just awful about that. It's been 3 months since I was last on repl.it. I was doin' other stuff if you would like to see, but of course I'm having issues:

Snap4arduino to repl.it
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@Vandesm14 Hi, sorry I haven't looked at this for 3 months. I've been kind of busy. What I wanted to do was take the code from that file and run it. The problem is that snap4arduino uses a sort of pre-made set of code that you click and drag and I don't know what language to start with.

What do I do with the jobs page?
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@Vandesm14 Okay, I played around with it and when I entered "fc", it stopped

Does anyone use c++?
posted to Ask by ItsEmpCs

@SPQR That sounds great, but I already have something started. If we were to collaborate, whose code would we use?

Help! What language will run this?
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@themaka I made it myself in Khan Academy as an assignment.

Help! What language will run this?
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@Scoder12 No I haven't. Actually, how do I do that?

Help! What language will run this?
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@Astutewinter3 No, it didn't work.

Help! What language will run this?
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@Astutewinter3 I'll try it.

C++ help pick randomly from an array
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@SPQR Okay, that worked to clear one of the errors, but the compiler doesn't like the percent sign for some weird reason.

C++ help pick randomly from an array
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

What if I invited you to multiplayer so you can see?

C++ help pick randomly from an array
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@TheDrone7 Well, I used the library and input the code, but apparently there are "invalid operands to the binary expression 'int'".

WHY IS THIS NOT WORKING??? C++
posted to Ask by ItsEmpCs

@Zeune You mean to say I've been wasting my time making functions and always making them return 0? I could have been using void this whole time?

Timer cpp
posted to Ask by darklordplati

@darklordplati Okay, I see. What you need is a break command that tells the computer to go back to the main function when a certain function is done running. You can implement this at the end of your timer function so that when it breaks to main, there is nothing left in main to run, so the program stops. Does that make sense? (p.s. I do not know if this is cross platform. All I know is that it works in C++ at least)

About the bitcoin.
posted to Ask by CPPStudent7308

@mat1 Okay. Thank you for clarifying because I thought one would have to have certain legal things in place to even receive, but I guess stock exchange and bank accounts only apply to certain things.

Does anyone use c++?
posted to Ask by ItsEmpCs

I use C++.

Timer cpp
posted to Ask by darklordplati

If you use the file <unistd.h>, and use the command sleep(number of seconds); , you can make the program stop for a certain number of seconds. This works in C++, which looks like what you could be using. Let me know if this answers your question.

Dragon Eye RPG
posted to Share by PixelBitez

I'm making a similar game with c++. Instead of typing out the name of the item, I made it so that I enter the number of the place holder in the inventory. For example, instead of typing "Stick", I enter '1'. If you want to know how, you can simply make an array for your inventory variable and use conditional statements that accept numbers as input.