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KyleM

Member Since 28 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 07 2012 12:45 PM
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In Topic: Java Vs C++ for learning.

11 December 2010 - 10:08 AM

Been doing it for almost a year now, not that I am struggling really, I just wanted to know if switching so far into another language would make things hard for me.

Guess I will switch to java then and learn some of that.

In Topic: Java Vs C++ for learning.

11 December 2010 - 09:41 AM

As I have said, I have really been doing this for quite a while, so I haven't really got the choice in what I chose to learn first, I have already begun. I had no prior programming experience at all when I started C++, struggled, but eventually got used to it, it's been going OK lately, but sometimes I think switching to java would make it easier on myself, and also the fact that my university seems to teach Java a lot kind of entices me as well.

In Topic: Java Vs C++ for learning.

11 December 2010 - 09:35 AM

Sorry about this seeming like a common question, as I have seen it asked quite a lot. It's just I am pretty deep into C++ right now, and wonder if switching languages is a good or bad idea and if it's beneficial.

In Topic: can you point me in the direction of how to impliment a manager class?

09 December 2010 - 11:14 AM

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Original post by thedodgeruk
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Original post by KyleM
Would this not mean you would have to know what class was in what element before you could reference to specific members?



no , cause all subsequent classes are inherited and polymophismed , so all classes will have these basic funtions , with these i can just about do everything .

but i need a manager class to do this , other wise it will get messy



Ah, I see. Sorry about that, I am fairly new and was just clearing some stuff up for my own understanding.

In Topic: can you point me in the direction of how to impliment a manager class?

09 December 2010 - 10:09 AM

Would this not mean you would have to know what class was in what element before you could reference to specific members?

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