Great, computer shop project sounds like something interesting. Here is a fully working starting point for you ..
// Computer shop program (skeleton).
// Should compile cleanly on modern compilers.
// The program begins, let's display a friendly title ..
std::cout << "Welcome to the computer shop!" << '\n';
// Todo: ...
My boss likes to do that. Write the simple structure of code and then litter the hard parts with TODO comments for me to fill in. :rolleyes: It also doesn't help that we have wildly different opinions about simplicity and how code should be structured.
I'm discovering that my Excel spreadsheets that are being created by a VB.net app I've written isn't completely closing them as they should be. I'm struggling to understand why and how to fix this. Here is the code for the portion of the app that creates the workbook, ...