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Just Got Back From Camp And Need Good Challenge

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church camp is make for peopel to hook up, thats all that happens! welcome back from camp.

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second that

 

she is far from holy she stared to kiss me and she got high before service and smoked on a regular basis.

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she's a keeper

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Chicks that smoke turn me off big time... drinking isnt that bad but smoking is NASTY. You know what they say "kissing a smoker is like licking an ashtray". You just licked an ashtray ewww.

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remember that simpsons episode where bart trys to be good to impress this church girl and she ends up wose than him

lol that was a funny one

be carefull those are the ones that dump you when they are bored

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Hey, I am back from a week at church camp and what a week it was.  Who would have thought that i would make out with a girl over 20 times in one day at chuch camp......

but I am not complaning.

 

Neways back to the programming challenge I have gone a week without even thininking of computers (I know I have sinned please forgive me) and I need a good program to get me back into the swing of things.

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'Tis cool. Good luck with the girl! I wanna have a go at KBs thing myself before I start thinking up something easy you might be able to do (if I can think one up at all)

 

For the MAD, eh? :P

 

Use a pointer to point to a pointer that points to an array of pointers that all point to a pointer that points to a float.

 

*cracks open Dev-C++ before markie challenges him*

 

EDIT:

 

I WAS dangED CLOSE!

 

#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>

using namespace std;

int theThingBeingPointedTo = 3;

int* firstPointer;
int** secondPointer = &firstPointer;
int*[5] pointerArray; //Will use a simple for loop to assign the pointers
//int** thirdPointer = &finalPointer;
int* finalPointer = &theThingBeingPointedTo;
int** thirdPointer = &finalPointer;

int main() {
   
   for(int i=0;i<5;i++)
   {
       *pointerArray[i] = &thirdPointer;
   }
cout << "The number being pointed to is: " << *finalPointer; << "\n\n\n"

system("pause")

return 0;

}

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I assume you're waiting for me to answer that one? :lol:

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Yes... yes I am...

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:O didn't think you'd be awake. I'll unedit and post here...

 

'Twas a tricky one..

 

#include <iostream>
#include <stdlib.h>

using namespace std;

int main() {
float theThingBeingPointedTo = 3;

float**** p;
float*** pToArray;
float** pointerArray[5]; //Will use a simple for loop to assign the pointers
float* finalPointer;

p = &pToArray;
pToArray = &pointerArray[1];

   for(int i=0;i<5;i++)
   {
       pointerArray[i] = &finalPointer;
   }

 finalPointer = &theThingBeingPointedTo;

cout << "The number being pointed to is: " << ****p << "\n\n\n";
cout << "The number being pointed to is: " << ***pToArray << "\n\n\n";
cout << "The number being pointed to is: " << **pointerArray[1] << "\n\n\n";
cout << "The number being pointed to is: " << *finalPointer << "\n\n\n";

system("pause");

return 0;
}

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GAH! I craping knew it! It was them danged asteriks again!

 

*bashes the 8 key of his keyboard*

 

EDIT: Wait... I almost came on par with markie's programming skills?

 

Daaaaamn.... I'm good :D.

Edited by Kamikaze_Badger

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GAH! I craping knew it! It was them danged asteriks again!

 

*bashes the 8 key of his keyboard*

 

EDIT: Wait... I almost came on par with markie's programming skills?

 

Daaaaamn.... I'm good :D.

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lol it was indeed. Tricky stuff, even took me a while to get it... :rolleyes: I think I will excuse myself outta that one by reminding myself that I have had about 4 hours sleep last night / this morning (2am - 6am) :)

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