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For anyone who has a graphing calculator, there is a store function on the sto key. What it does is store a number as a letter. I was wondering if there is a similar function in C++, where I can run a random response generator and then store the output to that generator to a string, that I can then recall later. Thank you!
Thank you, and sorry to ask again, but that program requires you inputting the information correct? Like, the user has to type in store (number) as x. Then recall x. Is it possible to, while in the program, it runs a random variable generator. And it develops an output. Then you can have it later display the output that it originally came up with?