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Sat, Mar. 26th, 2005, 09:33 pm
zacbop: (no subject)

I'm having trouble with my java homework...

I need to write a program that will input either a sentence or a word (this I can do)

Then I have to output it so each word's first letter has been moved to the end of the word, and 'ava' is added to the end

For example, if Hello is the input, the output should be ellohava.. that is the part I can't do

I also needed to do other variations of this (Sha before the word, nana after the word, and a combination of the both) which I have done successfully.

Then I need to set up buttons so that the user can input a word and then choose which of the 4 outputs they wish to see.  I SUCK with buttons and getting them to function properly.. so any help would be SO greatly appreciated.

Sat, Mar. 19th, 2005, 01:29 pm
krystalarhiana: (no subject)

Hello everyone. It's fun the things you can find on LJ.

So:

I'm a 5th year graduating Sr. of GVSU in Allendale, Mi. (Grand Rapids area).

I am desperately in search of a job. I've been having a rough time of finding things that don't ask for "5 years of experience as a "

I have decent skills in:
C, C++, Java, Perl, Bash, Html, VB, OpenGL, Qt(still just learning this), and Software development. I'm also mathematically inclined (finishing up the Math Minor and CS Major).

I've competed in ACM's programming contest for the last two years, being on a team that first ranked in the top 3rd (around rank 60) and then, this past year, our team was ranked 26. It was a very interesting contest; in both years I was one of maybe 6 women out of a total of 128 teams at each site (this contest takes place at 5 different sites each year at the same time). So you figure approximately 640 teams of 3 people each, which means 1920 competitors. Of those competitors, I think it safe to estimate only 30 were female. (This is based off of my estimates from Waterloo and the Ohio site I went to, where there were, as I mentioned only, 6 females out of 128 teams of 3 people each). That's less than 2% females.

So hello, nice to find this place. I look forward to visiting here daily.

Mon, Feb. 14th, 2005, 09:12 am
another_decker: Introductions in order

Hello all,

A little about myself: While I have no formal training in any programming languages, I have been working with PHP in a web-based environment for several years now and have picked up a number of tricks along the way. I am also proficient in XHTML and CSS (though not entirely up-to-date on my CSS hacks).

While not female myself, I have a lot of respect for anyone working in a field traditionally dominated by the opposite sex.

Mon, Jan. 31st, 2005, 08:28 pm
mia_stardust: problems in c++...

Hi...I'm a n00b. Please don't kill me.

I'm working on an assignment for my c++ class (which I just started two weeks ago). The only other programming experience I have is in Visual Basic.

Ok, so here's the code I have so far...it's supposed to take in two letters of the alphabet and output them in alphabetical order. Really freakin' simple. There's a lot more I'm supposed to do, but I'd like to get these weird errors out of the way before I write it.

the code...Collapse )

When I click "Build" (I'm using Visual Studio by the way...came with my textbook) I get like 50 errors. And they all say pretty much the same thing:

error C2784: 'std::basic_istream
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Hi...I'm a n00b. Please don't kill me.

I'm working on an assignment for my c++ class (which I just started two weeks ago). The only other programming experience I have is in Visual Basic.

Ok, so here's the code I have so far...it's supposed to take in two letters of the alphabet and output them in alphabetical order. Really freakin' simple. There's a lot more I'm supposed to do, but I'd like to get these weird errors out of the way before I write it.

<lj-cut text="the code...">

#include "stdafx.h"
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
char let1, let2;

cout >> "Please input two letters of the alphabet, separated by a space.\n";
cin << let1 << let2;

if (let1 > let2)
{
cout >> let1 >> let2 >> endl;
}

else
{
cout >> let2 >> let1 >> endl;
}

return 0;
}

</lj-cut>

When I click "Build" (I'm using Visual Studio by the way...came with my textbook) I get like 50 errors. And they all say pretty much the same thing:

error C2784: 'std::basic_istream<_Elem,_Traits> &std::operator >>(std::basic_istream<_Elem,_Traits> &,short *)' : could not deduce template argument for 'std::basic_istream<_Elem,_Traits> &' from 'std::ostream'

here's another:

error C2676: binary '>>' : 'std::ostream' does not define this operator or a conversion to a type acceptable to the predefined operator

Any idea what's going on here? My last assignment worked fine, and I did everything pretty much the same...even used the exact same header. I'm pretty damn confused at this point o_O

Sun, Dec. 5th, 2004, 10:34 pm
veiltail: Heya

Just thought I'd say hi, I've been doing a bit of web design over the past couple of years mainly using Dreamweaver and occasionally Flash. Now I'm getting into PHP and MySQL, so I thought this might be a good place to hang out.

I'm basically a computer addict. I make music on my computer (Sonar) and am an official Neopets junkie. Nice to meet you all anyways. :o)

Sat, Dec. 4th, 2004, 10:31 pm
gulfcoastanthem: Blackjack Program

I'm extremely new at programming (halfway through first semester of C++) and I'm trying to make a program for the card game Blackjack or 21 Cards. I've started some of the program, but I'm very confused on how to finish it. Does anyone know how to help me finish what I've started and/or redo it? Any help is appreciated, thank you.(see program)Collapse )

Mon, Nov. 15th, 2004, 11:34 am
cryptic_n1nj4: New website please read

Although I am not a girl, I support girl programmers. I think girls programming is a must because people think of a programmer as a male which is not what a programmer is lol.

Im posting because of my site Http://bluepixil.com .

Im wanting people to join up on the forums because Im trying to get a community going on there.

The website is all about tutorials,tips, and friendly help about digital art,programming, and other stuff based on windows and linux.

Please tell all your friends that are into this kinda stuff and it would be greatly apprieciated.

Also When I see a community coming together and certain people that help other people more than others I WILL be giving mod status to a few people that care about the underdog and help out in everyway possible.

Im trying to create a friendly community that can communicate via forum and tutorials.

Thanks for your time,

-- CrYpTiC N1Nj4

Sun, Oct. 10th, 2004, 01:56 pm
userpong: hi all

Hey, just wanted to introduce myself.

I am an ex-bio current Computer Science major (junior) at a small liberal arts college. Currently I'm pretty handy with Scheme and web design stuff (XHTML, CSS, PHP etc). I'm an open source junkie. I also am interested in 3D graphics: I play with POVRay and Blender in my spare time. My latest project is learning NetLogo, a programmable modeling environment, to model co-evolution for an ecology class.

I think this community is a great idea, and I hope it becomes more active in the future.

Thu, Oct. 7th, 2004, 02:21 pm
ivynet: what a day for programming

Out of curiousity, does anyone know Ruby? Lately I've been revisitng good old Python, but I'm really looking for a nice, neat, object-oriented language. While it seems a lot of people program Java here, I've never really gotten comfortable with it, especially the Swing API. I've heard bits and pieces about Ruby, but I've never met anyone who has actually programmed in it. :)

In other news, I'm getting back to my roots and revisiting c! I think I've gotten over my fear of pointers I had my first year of college. ;

Thu, Sep. 16th, 2004, 09:39 pm
greencaped_k: Introductions

Hi! My name is Kristen, and I think that this community is fabulous! I am working on my dissertaiton in public health, and am writing an agent-based simulation as a big part of it (in java). I'm fairly new to programming (good enough to write simple and slightly less simple programs and to learn). It's nice to have a welcoming and friendly community to chat with and ask questions to. Thanks for organizing!

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