Re: C++ and I are getting divorced.

I guess, there is a better analogy. Nothing comes to you easy; you need to 
crawl before you walk, walk before you run. Look at it like playing an 
instrument. You don't just sit down and pick up a complex song in 5 minutes. 
Something that may help you is to go go look at code that does what you want. 
Google for like "c++ elseif" and see what pops up.
                Thanks,
Tyler Littlefield
        http://tds-solutions.net
        Twitter: sorressean

On Jul 27, 2010, at 7:55 AM, Tyler Littlefield wrote:

> If  you want to give up after the first few syntax errors, go for it. 
> Otherwise, keep working, your going through what everyone who learns c++ did, 
> and you'll get it.
>               Thanks,
> Tyler Littlefield
>       http://tds-solutions.net
>       Twitter: sorressean
> 
> On Jul 27, 2010, at 7:52 AM, Jes wrote:
> 
>> Lol thought I'd put a humorous subject in there to try and lift my spirits a 
>> little bit. I've been working on a project for five days straight, 
>> sacrificing sleep and other stuff to get the stupid thing done, and I've 
>> decided that while I like programming, C++ is a bit to complicated for me at 
>> this point. I am a musician, so after I get this beast of an assignment 
>> done, I'm divorcing C++ and moving back to music for a bit. Audio editors 
>> and sequencers all do whatever  I tell them too, they don't bitch at me like 
>> M S Visual Studio or GCC.
>> As the average pc user declares, "They, just, work. "
>> Grin. I won't be able to make anything more than simple programs, no matter 
>> how much I like programming.
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