C++ Tutorial – 6 – Beginning Functions

17 04 2011

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17 04 2011
hammadghulam

heheeeeeeeee Squarerooot is a funcion..

17 04 2011
00pivot3lite00

fudge in the last video the code was smaller now i cant code while dev c++ window is beside

17 04 2011
RedKnightAL

@nickrun1
You are retarded

17 04 2011
BadAssTrapCat

KAV doesn’t pick it up and aren’t you guys the maker of the program? Do you think its going to harm you? Ffs….

17 04 2011
BadAssTrapCat

@nickrun1 Gtfo

17 04 2011
nickrun1

I got a trojan horse on my pc because of you, thanks

17 04 2011
suburbankommando

Double supports more integers

17 04 2011
eddeboy1

What do you mean with double? anyway, thanks for all fantastic tuturials 😀

17 04 2011
eddeboy1

@TheScars75

17 04 2011
faiyaz786khan

Thanks for all your great effort and hardwork for making these tutorials.

these tutorials are nice and clearly explained. Keep up the good job.

17 04 2011
TheScars75

double = double precision

17 04 2011
GodxGaming

Can’t you declare num1 and num2 in the same line separated by a comma? as long as they are of the same variable type.

17 04 2011
isse009

very wierd when i try to “compile & run” it my anti virus program says i got a trojan horse from the file :/

17 04 2011
TheWeirdTechGuy

Btw you can have the “using namespace std;” after the #include commands. Just clears up the main body.

17 04 2011
KristenZych

Thanks a lot! Your videos are great!

17 04 2011
egodamonra

Yes. Don’t stop cause of haters. The only people that hate on people that make tutorials are people that don’t have the mental capability to learn anything new.
If you are guilty we hate you. You are a bad human and do not want humanity to continue to improve. We all hate you. 🙂 This gay is good. Its is sometimes very hard to understand something like this. and just by getting told the same thing by a person can make it clear.

17 04 2011
TheSohilz1

You helped me pass My Final exam dude !!!
You are FUCKING AWESOME 😀

17 04 2011
jammanist

wow I’m a dumbass!!! build this in main.m and iostream and cmath are “no file or directory” and using, cout, cin are “undeclared”

6 zip(nothing) so far……..

but I’m not giving up, see ya’s next lesson!!!!!!!!

17 04 2011
Mercury144

@ImAllFact Not exactly. When you learn a new subject, you often get into the basics first.

17 04 2011
Mercury144

And everyone, be sure to jot down notes in your notebook or whatever, it helps 😀

17 04 2011
Mercury144

@lifematch Just like using ‘break’ in HTML, for those who are used to HTML.

17 04 2011
HappyGoldenDuckling

I did this but when I try to compile it gives me the error “no match for ‘operator>>’ in ‘std::operator<<

17 04 2011
WildWolfNick

@fahadjahandad at the end before closing the parenthesis use cin.get();

I have to use it twice sometimes dunno y im still a newbie myself 😛

17 04 2011
tikialan1

@snsn64 actually no… I didn’t read the first comment on the second video. If you know how to program in c++ you should know why not to use system(“pause”)

17 04 2011
snsn64

@tikialan1 well done you read the first comment on the second vid




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