nah, its not homework. I've been out of school for almost 2 yrs now and haven't coded in 3. i was reading up on it for this Software Engineer position and i could only find Dynamic Memory Allocation. There was nothing on Static memory allocation. So, i made a thread up. I told you this is going to be a second home for me. Thinking about getting a computer with there's still a flat panel special at Dell
It depends on the context. If we're talking about the structure of an executable file, then it's not the same. If we're talking about variables not allocated by new or malloc, then it probably is the same. If we're talking about linkage, then get ready to be confused. ;) I'm still not sure I understand linkage in C and C++. :D
root = tkinter.Tk()
buttons=[i for i in range(10)]
#If specific button is pressed, output "YES"
for num in buttons: