Hello there. I recently have been teaching myself C++ and have come across something that I just can't seem to grasp. I undersatdn the basics of structures but when it comes to this nesting type situation I just can't figure out what is going on. If someone could explain in a somewhat simple manner it would help me greatly Here's the code: #include <iostream> using namespace std; struct sct { int t[2]; }; struct str { sct t[2]; }; int main(void) { str t[2] = { {0, 2, 4, 6}, {1, 3, 5, 7} }; cout << t[1].t[0].t[1] << t[0].t[1].t[0]; …

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How about doing some effort instead of immediately voicing your desperation to Daniweb for 1001st tictactoe problem? Here is some ideas for those young spirits (I did not say newbies ;) ) 1. What is this search box here over in right hand corner? 2. What a heck is this 'code snippet' tab here? 3. Google is big supporter of Python. Maybe I could support them by googling some solutions? Then you can reasonable expect to find some post in DaniWeb helpful directly or by the way of analogous solution to problem to do more than half of your job …

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hi all, Let us all share the Interactive learning methods through the Internet. I mean the interactive learning methods that can be seriously useful and successful in self studying computer science.I'm a 3rd year student of here [url]http://www.bit.lk/[/url] and I decided to do self studying due to the higher fees among the Educational Institutes.And my university doesn't supply lectures,they just only provide some help through the LMS (through the internet) and I don't feel sufficient with that. Here let me mention what I'm using to feel more comfortable. * Free Video lectures. * E-books. * LMS (Learning Management Systems). * …

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