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Well, some say confusing, I am not quite sure yet. I am learning about declaring the ifstream, opening the file and closing it. Is this an accomplishment? I am understanding pointer etc. better now too.! :)

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Just keep going and never give up good sir!!!!!

Take everything one step at a time and set urself increasingly harder challenges to do, and then u can look back and see what u achieved.

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You good at C++? Just curious... no I WILL NEVER GIVE UP! All for one, one for all! Whatever that has to do with c++.lol I am learning through CPROGRAMMING and my C++ for Dummies book by Stephen Randy Davis. Is this like structured programming a little, since structured programming has to do with opening a file etc.

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Once you learn file I/O, you should move on to the Riemann Zeta function, because you WILL ABSOLUTLY NEED this to get any farther. Im suprised you got this far without it. Here is a tutorial to get you started:

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RiemannZetaFunction.html

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Once you learn file I/O, you should move on to the Riemann Zeta function, because you WILL ABSOLUTLY NEED this to get any farther. Im suprised you got this far without it. Here is a tutorial to get you started:

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RiemannZetaFunction.html


Good lord that's crazy! [lol]

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Yeah, I agreee it is crazy. I haven't looked yet at what the heck you are talking about, but I don't need any silly thing you are talking about. It might be of use, but it isn't like my C++ depends on it.

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Once you learn file I/O, you should move on to the Riemann Zeta function, because you WILL ABSOLUTLY NEED this to get any farther. Im suprised you got this far without it. Here is a tutorial to get you started:

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RiemannZetaFunction.html

I hope i never, i repeat never have to see that ever again...
I would tip my hat to anybody that could be bothered to learn that.

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