Computer Science Canada

Problems to Solve

Author:  jonos [ Mon Jan 26, 2004 8:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Problems to Solve

Ok, like me there are many people (and maybe alien species who visit this site) that want to learn c++ but are sick of just putting stuff on the screen and asking for peoples names, and other boring stuff like that. That is why I took it into my heart (?) to create this thread which will give people problems to solve (simples ones for noobs like me). I don't think there is another post like this and I couldn't decide where to put it, so I decided on the tips/tutorials/source code place. This post is also good for other languages too.

My ideas (very simple):
-a program that takes a set of marks and averages them
-a purchases program, that takes in the name of the item bought, the price, and calculates tax.
-a program that classifies marks (ie. 25% = very stupid, 100% = very smart)
-a mad-lib (very simple)

please post yours and keep them simple for noobs who need to practice simple syntax and problem solving...

Author:  Tony [ Mon Jan 26, 2004 9:05 pm ]
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i think a great place for practice problems would be first few problems from junior CCC contests. They're usually fairly simple