I've worked as a Software Engineer/Consultant for 15 years on ITAR controlled DO-178B mission critical projects as well as commercial applications. I'm an Engineering Fellow at the Manpower group and have worked as a Computer
Scientist for US Defense projects through Honeywell Aerospace.
Learning to write software is an essential 21st century skill.
You can earn a decent living doing software, it just depends on how much you practice! Being able to visualize the key concepts in a simple way is important. I'll guide you through the pitfalls of getting bogged down with esoteric language
features versus practical concepts. We'll make sure your fundamentals are clear and most importantly, we'll have fun doing it. I've taught 12 year olds to 50 year olds.
For homework and programming
assignments that I give you to practice, you can call text or email
me at no additional charge in between sessions if you're stuck.
Just like learning a musical instrument, practice is the key. You've to bring in your idea and your passion and dive into it. In time, magic will happen.
I've had some great teachers along the way and blessed to have a career doing what I love. Money is good and everyone needs it, but that's not my focus. If you can't afford the rate right now, just let me know and we can work it out.
Let me know if I can help.
2 hours notice required
Each additional student at the same time would be $30/hour.
Travels within 20 miles of Los Angeles, CA 90068
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If you're asking for logic errors -
the rand() function could return you the same number. So you could end up displaying only one value out of the four, twice!
to handle that, change this line
int defineObject2 = rand() % 3 + 1;
Hi Penny, I agree with Kenneth. Having said that, if you're looking for some pointers(not C++ pointers:) to start off your programming, here are some hints
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Hi Murshed, if you know how to use them, you can use either. As my fellow tutors pointed out they both can be written to give you the same result.
As a rule of thumb, if you find yourself copying and pasting the same code over and over, think for loop. If you want to break your loop...