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[REMEMBER:] An integer is a whole number (not a fraction) that can be positive, negative, or zero. For example, 112 and -5 are integers.
If we want to reverse an integer by C/C++, you must to use the...
Answered by blackbear : Aug 03 2011 09:03 AM
t's a difficult thing to answer, especially for the iPhone. If you're starting from absolute ground zero, there's so much you need to understand about programming to get even "Hello ... full answer >
Answered by mikeHg : Dec 31 2010 04:28 PM
I personally don't know how to do c/++ programming in the terminal itself, but you can program with the gedit text editor (just remember to specify the file as .c/pp).
As for Code::Blocks not com... full answer >
Gist is a really nice free (for open source) site for sharing your code snippets, for when you want your friends (or even via blog sites, such as posterous and wordpress) to look at your code snippets...