I just wish people would learn basic grammer rules: it's/its; they're/their/there; proper use of apostrophes; proper use of the possessive; capitalizing "I," proper nouns and the first letter of a sentence; etc. It seems so simple to me...
In order to write good English, you need to make an effort to do so, until it becomes part of your style. You also need to have reference material on hand, like a good dictionary (in print or online), a thesaurus, and a good, college-level grammer book that covers the basics that Pete mentions.
Pete says that basic grammer rules are easy. True, if like Pete, you've had a good education and do a lot of reading and writing.
How about using open office AND SPELL CHECK IT??? really, open office does spelling and grammer checking.
AOL Spell Checker wrote:SCREENRES <- Error
CLS <- Error
QBGV wrote:Yeah I liked that C++ tutorial it's the first section of my C++ for Dummies book condensed. Dev-C++ yeah baby!
Rattrapmax6 wrote::lol: Heh... Yep, once you get the general core of coding (I darsay its amatter of learning any language even english).. Different words and order have different meanings....
PRINT <- Basic
COUT <- C++
DOG <- English
CANIS <- Latin
In programing you have different orders to get the job done..
In (human) language you have different orders to get the point across..
Your like learning how to talk to a computer effectively,.. and I find learning Basic makes C++ just that easier,. If I took the time, I could code C++ just as well as I do Basic... ... Just connect the dots... (Sorta like my tut in there "Drawing is the same as writing letters" <- and went on the use letters as examples in some parts... )
Summery: Stand back and see what ur looking at... connect the dots,.. find how one is near the same as the other,.. and never think you can't do it... You should do just fine...
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