C++ Bits – Array Manipulation

Manipulating arrays in C++. โœ‚๏ธ Purpose To do real simpleton array manipulation. To use functions with awkward arrays. Write a C++ program to read numbers (using count technique or a sentinel loop) into an array of integers, and then manipulate the array. Declare the array of size 25 (0 to 24). Use a function to…Continue readingC++ Bits – Array Manipulation

The DaVinci Code – Book Review

A book review on ‘The DaVinci Code’ by Dan Brown. ๐Ÿ–ผ๏ธ So I like conspiracy a little bit. Honestly, sometimes I just feel I canโ€™t keep up with even 1% of all supposed theories out in the world, so I just want to give up on all of it, but then I read something interesting…Continue readingThe DaVinci Code – Book Review

Robopocalypse – Book Review

A book review on ‘Robopocalypse’ by Daniel Wilson. ๐Ÿค–๏ธ SO I have a mild obsession with this notion of A.I. and so naturally when my English teacher asks me for a book review, Iโ€™m gonna give her one relating to some sweet dear honey-eyed robots. Bam dum – NO! More like some seething damn homicidal…Continue readingRobopocalypse – Book Review

C++ Bits – Time Measurements

Measuring time in C++. ๐Ÿ•‘ Purpose To write a simple C++ program. To use quotient-remainder arithmetic. To use format. To properly comment/document throughout a program. Write a simple C++ program to read time measurements from the keyboard in hours and minutes. There will be two data sets. The first will be the hours and minutes.…Continue readingC++ Bits – Time Measurements

C++ Bits – Solid Geometry

Messing with Geometry in C++. ๐Ÿ“ Purpose To use symbolic constants, nested decisions, and sentinel loops. Write a simple C++ program to calculate the surface area, volume, or the cross-sectional area of a sphere. Use functions to calculate each figure. The formulas are as follows for the stupid sphere: Volume = 4.0/3.0*Pi*r^3 (^ means to…Continue readingC++ Bits – Solid Geometry

C++ Bits – Clothing Sizes

Testing out clothes in C++. ๐Ÿšบ Purpose To declare weight, height, hat size, jacket size, and waist size. Write a C++ program to calculate a personโ€™s hat size, jacket size, and waist size (in inches). Use functions to calculate each figure. The formulas are as follows: Hat Size = 2.9 times weight in pounds divided…Continue readingC++ Bits – Clothing Sizes

July 15th

Customizing my desktop layout. I used Geektool and custom icons from DeviantArt to bring this to life.Continue readingJuly 15th

Blue And Gray, Blue And Gray

Customizing my desktop layout. I used Geektool and custom icons from DeviantArt to bring this to life.Continue readingBlue And Gray, Blue And Gray