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#ActualKhatharr

Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:09 AM

In terms of the code maybe you could create a function that asks a question and then gets a valid answer. I don't know if that kind of thing is something that you could do yet but it would cut down on some of the clutter there a little. This one's not too bad, but long functions make me scared, lol.

Also, something that may make your life a little easier:

cout << "Have you seen" << " " << friend_name<< " " << "lately?\n";

could just as easily be:

cout << "Have you seen " << friend_name<< " lately?\n";

Unless you're after explicit spacing there, which is fine.

Finally, please enclose code on the forum in source braces. When you're making a post and you want to insert code just click the little red brackety button at the end of the second line of buttons above the text field. It makes it a lot easier to read and has syntax hilighting and stuff:

[source lang="cpp"]cout << "How many times a day do you cin?\n";int times = 0;cin >> times;cout << "Really!? " << times << " times?\nRepeat after me: \"Forgive me console, for I have cin'ed.\"\n";[/source]

#2Khatharr

Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:08 AM

In terms of the code maybe you could create a function that asks a question and then gets a valid answer. I don't know if that kind of thing is something that you could do yet but it would cut down on some of the clutter there a little. This one's not too bad, but long functions make me scared, lol.

Also, something that may make your life a little easier:

cout << "Have you seen" << " " << friend_name<< " " << "lately?\n";

could just as easily be:

cout << "Have you seen " << friend_name<< " lately?\n";

Unless you're after explicit spacing there, which is fine.

Finally, please enclose code on the forum in source braces. When you're making a post and you want to insert code just click the little red brackety button at the end of the second line of buttons above the text field. It makes it a lot easier to read and has syntax hilighting and stuff:

[source lang="cpp"]cout << "How many times a day do you cin?\n";int times = 0;cin >> times;cout << "Really!? " << times << " times?\nRepeat after me: \"Forgive me console, for I have cin'ed.\n";[/source]

#1Khatharr

Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:07 AM

In terms of the code maybe you could create a function that asks a question and then gets a valid answer. I don't know if that kind of thing is something that you could do yet but it would cut down on some of the clutter there a little. This one's not too bad, but long functions make me scared, lol.

Also, something that may make your life a little easier:

cout << "Have you seen" << " " << friend_name<< " " << "lately?\n";

could just as easily be:

cout << "Have you seen " << friend_name<< " lately?\n";

Unless you're after explicit spacing there, which is fine.

Finally, please enclose code on the forum in source braces. When you're making a post and you want to insert code just click the little red brackety button at the end of the second line of buttons above the text field. It makes it a lot easier to read and has syntax hilighting and stuff:

[source lang="cpp"]cout << "How many times a day do you cin?\n";int times = 0;cin >> times;cout << "Oh? Only " << times << " times? You must be a saint!\n";[/source]

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