User profile: Duoas

User info
User name:Duoas
Name:Michael Thomas Greer
Location:Cherry Hill, NJ
Website:http://(none ATM, alas)
Bio:Self-taught computer programming since I was a young boy.

I studied at Rutgers University, majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics.

I've had all kinds of random jobs, from gas station attendant/assistant manager to software consultant to cook to substitute teacher.

Hablo / escribo / leo espaƱol.

I like being outdoors, camping, canoeing, field archery -- alas for time!

I married my best friend. She's not girly at all, but our daughter is decidedly girly enough for both of them. (She wants to be a princess. She's only two!)

Random threads I like:
http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/lounge/1953/
http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/beginner/2287/
http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/beginner/28855/

And, of course, I have to plug my current work:
http://www.cplusplus.com/faq/
Statistical data
Birthdate:Apr 28, 1974
Gender:Male
Occupation:Other
Skills:C
BASIC
C++
Visual Basic
Pascal
Delphi
Assembly
Java
Python
Tcl/Tk
Haskell
Scheme
History
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Reading and printing accented characters
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how to validate integer and not allow decimal, etc to input as integer
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Reading and printing accented characters
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Reading and printing accented characters
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Open file with fopen function
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