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on: August 16, 2010, 09:37:40 PM

I just got to chapter 15, and am very excited, but i feel like i will soon be losing a lot of what i have read.  i think the exercises at the end of each chapter are priceless and i wouldn't change them at all.

But now i feel i am at the phase of starting to implement what i have been learning.  i started off by building a speed of sound calculator, where the user types in the distance and it outputs the time in milliseconds.  i then graduated to building a full calculator with + = / and *.  that took a bit of thinking.

now i am curious of other entry-level program ideas that i can build from scratch.  can anyone give me some ideas or a place that may have a list?

steve, would you consider including another appendix that has some begging level programs that could be built and people could post there questions and projects onto this forum?

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Reply #1 on: August 16, 2010, 10:01:17 PM

There's a "Project Ideas" category that I added to this board that never quite developed in the direction I had hoped.   Take a look at that category and let me know if I can tweak or change it somehow to accomplish what you're looking for.


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Reply #2 on: August 17, 2010, 11:17:57 AM

Steve -
That category is helpful and i plan on using it.  i guess i am looking for someone to post a list of entry-level programs that i can start programing.  i will put a posting on that forum and ask if someone is willing to throw in a few suggestions.

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