and thats it? can you use string constants and string literals besides that origianl normal 'constant' ?
what is fifty? a variable? the users age, just written in age? if so! thats right!
Can you use variables as the names of arrays?
puts("Enter your name"; /*is cout the same as 'puts??
gets(arrayname); /*is gets the same as cin>> ???
there! I got the users name with my code! now what?
I cant even see the users name! Can you only see it when its compiled and you cant see it in code right???
Just the users name was Mike, where would I see it? and where would it go? If so?
int age; /*I took out 'char' cause I dont need a string from the user! only a number! or should I include the char? before the age ?
puts("Enter your age";
Yeah, I know its just like my above words,"how do I see and know where the users age goes?, not seen in code?" For example, if the users age was 20, would it be like this:
#deinfe twenty???? /*using just a constant,for age!
Do I write that code after a print it? :
", age) ; does that make the users age come to view when compiled? , should I take out the newline character? please answer to all of these questions, cause they are driving me crazy in my code!
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