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I must say I always love a program where I can use #include<vector> vectors are like the peanut butter to my chocolate!

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    ArkM 1,090   8 Years Ago

    [QUOTE=Manutebecker;760540]I must say I always love a program where I can use #include<vector> vectors are like the peanut butter to my chocolate![/QUOTE] Well, start all your modules from [code=c++] #include <vector> using std::vector; [/code] Who knows what may happen below ;)... Read More

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    ddanbe 2,525   8 Years Ago

    What is your favorite boolean? true, false, inbetween? Read More

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I must say I always love a program where I can use #include<vector> vectors are like the peanut butter to my chocolate!

Well, start all your modules from

#include <vector>
using std::vector;

Who knows what may happen below ;)...

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lol
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>vectors are like the peanut butter to my chocolate!
Which suggests that you go out of your way to use vectors even when they're not the best solution. Next!

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What's a wonderful remark:

We've all met (sometimes only through their code) bad programmers who did things like:
- ...
- only knows one data structure or design methodology, and uses them for everything, even when inappropriate, thinks the same solution fits every single problem.
- ...

http://c2.com/cgi-bin/wiki?BadProgrammer

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What is your favorite boolean? true, false, inbetween?

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Ha!, so there are 10 kinds of people
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#include "verySmallViolins.h"

Absolutely essential when handing in homework that is late.

LMAO thats great!!!

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