I always enjoyed programming, especially the satisfaction of the many achievements working out problems. I only do things I like doing and leave the other tasks up to someone else because not only do I not like doing them but I'm woefully inept at the jobs. I didn't realize that I could be any good at programming until I was about 40 years old and discovered that programming wasn't all that difficult to do. And yes, here in USA, I niched out a very good living standards and old-age retirement benefits. I don't program professionally any more but I do still enjoy helping others when I can here at DaniWeb and PFO.
At one point many years ago, I did it for a paycheck. Since then, I've done because I enjoy creating a program and seeing it work and hopefully do something useful. I still make a few dollars off some of the stuff that I do but a lot of it is just for the enjoyment of doing something new that I haven't tried before.
Well, most times for me its just the challenge. As far as I've started something, i must see it work so when i encounter challenges or errors, i keep trying and looking for solutions to get it done. I don't really make cash from programming except on some few cases. Like i remember writing programs for two of my colleagues in the course of my final year in school and remember billing them $200 each (that's about 25,000 in my local currency). :)
Mainly for the challenge, to see whether i can solve an exsiting problem in a better way or more efficient way.
Another reason is that ever since I moved to open source software, i've been interested in looking at the code, fixing or improving it or just to see how the code looks. :-D
I dud it to learn how to make an rpg, but i quickly learned that there is so much more to it than that.
That's how I learn't c++ originally. Or at least the second time round the first time round I tried learning strings without any luck due to forgetting to use using namespace std; where some tutorials had that and other tutorials didn't. So that's why I gave up the first time since how I never learn't that bit. But the second time I learn't the irrlicht engine which was well documented and here I am today with a decent knowledge of c++ but not the best due to lack of c++ documentation.
if you still have trouble with strings, and I did to (I scoured chat boards and tutorials for days), use the header file <string> and then use the var type string. If your text editor or ide is color coded don't worry; it isn't very well known or popular but it works
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