I found a c++ gui that works gtkmm. I will try to make a video game in it but don’t expect it to have good graphics or to be fast. Also any programs I make with gtkmm should be cross platform and usable by everyone.I will try to make an exe file for windows seeing

How to run my code

There are two options you can run the code online or on your computer. Currently used languagesC++“Shell scripting” (probably not as good as PC) Projects coming soon in these languagesC projects (php included I hope) 8086 (assembly languages just don’t have online compilers) maybe this site 6052 Suggested languages

Documentstats.cpp coming soon!

I was just so excited when I realized my program actually was going to work (with very minimal bugs considering I have no way to grab new lines as input) that is all. Probably coming before August. std::getline(std::cin, varname) this is very helpful for passing the no spaces limitation cin has. With spaces I can

C++ vs. Python3 speed test (integers)

I know my code isn’t perfectly optimized but I think c++ is slowed down a bit because I don’t know it as well. The calculations being used were meant to be CPU intensive i=6i=i^4i=i+11i=i%7(i stands for integer) These 4 operations were done 40000000 (40 million times) for each test and the python3 test was rounded

why is c++ being random?

After asking a professional why this was happening it was apparent to me that all my hypotheses were wrong. I am tired so I will keep this short. Always assign your variables to a value upon creation or you will get random stuff. May or may not apply to just int/double/float I have not tested

Read your read command carefully

correct: read a wrong: read $a this is so important because if you write a program using ls, find, locate, or mlocate and you don’t have and “a” isn’t even a variable, you will still get an output just not the output you wanted to get.

some ideas

So I decided I will not finish my recall project because there are a lot of commands in linux. Also I am thinking of programming a script which turns html documents into a dark mode. It is pretty simple, the program will just grab all the html code, insert “style=”background-color:#000000;”” in any <body> tags it