I already finished my #WSQ03!! from #TC1017
The only thing that I needed to do was read the chapter 2 of “How to Think Like a Computer Scientist, C++ Version”, Downey, Allen B. 2012. in the book it's very well explained; and then see the Ken's video about input and output on C++. Actually is pretty easy, but we need to be patient with this stuff.
Here's my code :D and the program running...
Nice. A couple of comments here:
www.c-xx.com/ ccc/ ccc.php
#1 use "camel came" for your variables in C++. See "Variable names" at this post: http://
#2 Be consistent with good indenting (white space before characters on each line). Search for "indent" on that same page or find other pages talking about C++ coding style (which is a mastery topic).
Ken Bauer, Jan 25 2015 on gonzalomata22.withknown.com