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    Juventuz champion mikhail's Avatar

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    ++ [ originally posted by Martin ] ++
    Deitel & Deitel: How to program C++
    What compiler are you using?
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    gcc
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    Have no idea !!

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    Makes sense, open source guy. I'm afraid I've stuck with Borland, but I'm thinking of switching to the Bloodshed compiler, maybe with the mingw libraries.
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    Have to say I have no experience with this though, this is my first ever c++ project and I'm in the course of learning the language too. Guess I never got around to doing it before. gcc makes good sense for me cause it's widely used and fairly straightforward to research. Also because a friend of mine already walked this path so I can bug him for help.

    I suppose I'll need a gui later on, thinking about wxwindows.
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    Don't know it, but for any problems with basic programs, I'd be happy to debug. As long as I can read your syntax!
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    I think I have a decent grip on the basics but I'm still in java mode and I've been making a lot of c++ specific mistakes, like going past the definition area of an array and that gives logical errors in a completely different place, also the parser is weird cause a syntax error in one place doesn't necessarily mean there's anything wrong with that code, the error could well be somewhere in the vicinity. I miss the hand holding in java right now.

    But thanks for your offer!
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    My latest read was E. George's Playing fof the Ashes (in english.) Quite depressing altogether, but there were a few funny aspects, too. I quite enjoy the characters Lynley and Havers, they seem almost like friends now - I've read 4 of George's books so far.
    Juve is my Passion!

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    Just finished Nati due volte by Giuseppe Pontiggia
    FORZA JUVE & REAL MADRID!!
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    has anyone read daniel defoe's Robinson Cruso ?

    sorry if i misspelled.
    When I get sad I stop being sad and be awesome instead. True story.

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    This summer I've read:
    Wonderboy - Henrik Langeland
    Vendetta - Jan Guillou
    Marekors - Jo Nesbø
    There is no free lunch. Having more of one thing requires giving up something else.

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    Am reading the Monk who sold his Ferrari. Its a little on the spiritual, finding yourself type.
    We dream in black and white but kick ass in living colour.

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    this summer on my book list:

    "Blühende Landschaften" - P.Richter (it's about the "divided" Germany ten years after the wall came down.)

    "Against all enemies" - Richard A. Clark

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    Have read Good Omens and Pamela
    Gonna read Clarissa, it's just too long i guess
    forza juve

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    When We were Soldiers....once and young....
    It is possible to change your desire, but impossible to change your passion!
    My passion forever = Juventus FC

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    I just read "The unknown soldier" (Tuntematon sotilas) by Väinö Linna again, damn it rocks...
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    Just finished "Right Ho Jeeves" by Wodehouse. Really, really oldfashioned style of writing, but the guy had a way with words and the whole thing kind of works.
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    my recent page-turner

    "I, Robot" by Isaac Asimov

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    "Sense and Sensibility" by Jane Austen and "Pride and Predjuce" by Jane Austen.

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    frederic beigbeder - windows on the world
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    Just finished reading 'The Rule of Four' by Ian Caldwell and.. someone. Forgot the other author's name. Anyway, a bit disappointing, but a reasonable effort for first timers.
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