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December 16, 2003

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Bman

"Yes, load data chunks from a file! One of my pet peeves is tools that generate source code. :o)"

Then you would have LOVED our UI tool at Solworks. The one that generated .h files filled with constants named (and invariably REnamed) by the artists.

Yeah, that was a lot of fun.

Raist3dd

He worked there :-)

So he knows first hand :-)

Raist3dd

Err.. just re-read your comment...

In no way your comments means necessarily at all that you didn't know about what I stated.

> thunk! < :-)

Bman

Well, I actually didn't... :)

Though I know you've mentioned it to me several times, at least. Just never sinks in.

Paul

We worked on surfing together for cryin' out loud!

I was there in the "New Age" (aka during and after the last FaceOff to be shipped). In the "New Age", Make was replaced with Jam, art was "cleaned" at export time, and NextFrend was prime time. I still couldn't get Craig to let go of makefiles for the animation DB's. ;o)

Bman

Heh, sorry man, my last few months at Solworks are a bit of a blur. I was there more in body than in mind, if you know what I mean. :)

devendra manghnani

my programme is not running plz tell me the faults
#include
#include
#include
using namespace std;
class student{
public:
char name[20];
int roll_no;
void input()
{
cout>roll_no;
}
void output()
{
cout>course_no;
gets(coursename);
}
void output()
{
cout<<"COURSE"< }
};
int main()
{
student o1;
course o2;
student *ptr1;
course *ptr2;
o1.input();
o1.output();
getch();
return 0;
}

Raist3d

Devendra,

It looks to me you are taking a C++ or programming course. You need to do your homework :-) Talk with peers, as your teacher. Also look in www.google.com for Bruce Eckel's "Thinking in C++" which are free downloads now...

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