One presumes you have an imagination... so use it!
Then you would be wrong ;(
This seems a bit vague. If you're getting problems to solve in a limited time in a test or something, then you can go over theoretical stuff, like syntax
We have to have done a program in c++ before we end the course.. which is somewhere at the start of june I think.
Up til now we have just learned some c++ (no shit?) and practised a little with some exercises.
And we should begin to create our program soon, but I don't know what kind of program to make.
How about a soda machine? Insert coins, count money, see if any needs to be returned, and choose a candy bar. The thing is, every time they buy one, you need to keep track so that they can run out. Use a txt file to keep track of it. So, if I run the program today and choose a cola, you have 9 colas remaining in the machine. If I run the program a week from now, you'll have 8 remaining.
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