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Thread: FractionCalculator StringTokenizer with parsing DUE IN 4 HOURS

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    Default Re: FractionCalculator StringTokenizer with parsing DUE IN 4 HOURS

    Quote Originally Posted by DUE IN 4 HOURS View Post
    i know how to fix that "bug" you press ctrl z and reinitialize all the variables
    i give up...

    Ive meant you write code to actualy initialize the values.. such as firstnum = console.readline(); or so on...

    I may take kevins blog advice, Although might have to break it and add a smoke in it somewhere if thats ok with u kev

    anyway ye.. who ever else wants to give it a go trying to explain to him be my guest...

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    Default Re: FractionCalculator StringTokenizer with parsing DUE IN 4 HOURS

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Here it is: How to Program (stuck on homework? READ THIS BEFORE POSTING)

    Although that's not really a blog, just an article I wrote containing some advice I was sick of repeating 10 times a day! :p
    Yeah, trust me, i found it really helpful for me And i hope DUEIN4HOURS, it's better to take a break of 10 minutes and come back, solving your problem in 20 minutes than wasting one hour with it and getting nothing.
    Thanks To Kevin Workman

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    True but his main problem is he lacks the ability to debug...

    You cannot in any circumstance build a project of decent size without debugging, Doing what his done will cause him to have to go through code multiple times for hours before being able to actually realize where the problem is from lol..

    But yea.. Instead of kevins advice as soon as ive completed this client program ill take a few days off work to relax .

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