Ugh, I have never had somebody do my homework for me. I do have some experience in writing C++ (although years ago). C++ is the critical native language used to run Windows, Mac, Linux, etc. etc. you name it. Any .dll or .so file you find on a computer is a compiled C++ file. C++ supports operator overloading (redefining =, <, +, and so on) and is very versatile. It's not as easy to write a routine in it as in a higher level language such as Java or C#; higher level means the language runs above another language; higher level ones rely on definitions made in native code.
The post I made was in response to someone else (some "new member") who wanted to have an essay written on C++, and maybe he deleted the post, hahaha it was not I. C++ was derived from C. C# is a higher level language, C and C++ are native.
I wish I had learned C before C++, it still has all the critical concepts native languages get to cover, such as explicit pointer variables and arithmetic, and working closely with CPU instructions, without the object-oriented complexity C++ has, such as member functions and scope resolution. I have algorithms and stuff in other languages that I would rewrite in C if I needed to use them a lot.
fcg710647: krisko - do you mean e as in Euler's number? Or E for el (dozenal eleven character)
Aug 21, 2018 8:50:40 GMT -8
krisko: #HI i seek the sequence (answer) for the following in dozenal: sq root of E
Jan 24, 2018 7:40:25 GMT -8
Buffoonery: @wendy If you want to write about Base 120, feel free to write all about it in the Centivigesimal folder I just created. I'll be interested to hear why you're interested in it!
Jul 26, 2017 23:33:54 GMT -8