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hi, i am new to this forum so i made this post for presenting myself
oh, and for those who would say that i registered about 3 years ago, i must say that when i registere, i didn't intend to be active on forum, i registered only to put one question, witch is lame -_-( i hope you can forgive me ), now i am thinking to frequently visit this forum

so, i am 16 years old, i like programming( but i don't even think about learning other programming language than C++ :D ) and i am willful to learn as much as i can

i started programing by editting a source code downloaded from the inthernet because i wanted to know how exacty the program worked and to change commands name, making them shorter ( i know, i am lazy :D ) and i began to learn more and more by codding...

at last, i ended up learning online from some tutorials and a PDF document
now i have the basig knowladge of the most important aspects of c++, more specifically, object oriented programming.

in the near future i am willing to continue by learning how to develope a chat programm ( client/server ) through sockets.

thx for the patiance accorded and i am sorry for this long post

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Hey, it's cool you hung around for so long and remembered us when you did need help. Nice one. Welcome again.

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Hey, it's cool you hung around for so long and remembered us when you did need help. Nice one. Welcome again.

heh, actually i wanted to create a new account on a C++ forum because i am willful to learn as many new things as i can, but the name 'dospy' was already taken. so, i asked myself "who would use the 'dospy' name?"(because this name is not popular at all) and then i just thought that i might have created an account a few years ago (i am lucky that i have the same password to all my IDs/Accounts :D)

but thx anyway, i feel very good here and i hope that i can help you guys too

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