[QUOTE=iamthwee;1008500]If there was ever a time to use a goto statement. That code just there. In post # 1.

Yep, that would definitely be an essential use of the goto statement.

Wonderful.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=neithan;1008502]It would make your code much more readable and clean to convert those multiply and divide lines into two shiny functions.[/QUOTE]

I plan on using methods but for simplicity of my first ever program written in any language other than java I consider a "quick fix" rather than full declarations to be more efficient as they relate back to Batches which I was probably writting before you were in your daddy's balls!
you'll find I'm experienced in solaris, unix, linux, windows all the way back to 3.0, and I have even done assembly for the Amiga right up to 64 bit AMD architectures...sorry but flaming from a script kiddie like yourself is quite pittiful, show me something you have done...seeing as I helped secure government machines in networking to protect them from false injection at the age of 12.
but o na positive note...which is everything "iamthwee"(how immature) isnt, neithan brought up the point I plan to do next, thanks

[code]

include <iostream>

using namespace std;

int main ()
{
bool a = true;
cout << ("Multiply = 1 or Divide = 2 ?\n");
cin >> a;
if( a = "true")
{
goto Multiply;
} else {
goto Divide;
}
}

:Multiply
double x;
double y;
cout << ("Please Enter The First Number ");
cin >> x;
cout << ("Please Enter The Second Number");
cin >> y;
cout << (x*y);
return 0;

:Divide
double x;
double y;
cout << ("Please Enter The Larger Number");
cin >> x;
cout << ("Please Enter The Smaller Number");
cout << (x/y);
return 0;
[/code]

errors everywhere, using code::blocks on Ubuntu using g++ compiler...I think I just need to sort out the goto, all help greatly appreciated

[url]www.netbeans.org[/url]
create new project in it, and right click the package name on the left hand side and make new "Jpanel" or "Jframe" and this will give you a GUI based GUI builder...any success compiling with it, then look at my thread on making my own taskbar
any corrections via pm greatly appreciated

VB6 is the last I used Visual Basic but feel it would be very usefull, Java is mostly a databasing and command-line language from what I have seen so far but am not experienced enough to give a definite answer.
but I feel if you are using Microprocessors and controllers you are best using C as this can be ported between the various architectures.
if this is just a visualisation for studnets, look at Java, VB or possibly Python.
any corrections to any post I have, please pm me as I am here mostly to learn but like helping wherever I can