User profile: Pmiccich1

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User name:Pmiccich1
Old user name:Paul Micciche
Name:Paul Micciche
Location:Stony Brook
Website:http://pmgameco.site40.net
Bio:I must note before we start, that the codes I have listed under the 'Skills' category, are simply the code languages I would care to learn and even some code languages I have gathered some knowledge of. I am in no way at this point in time what I would consider 'Skillful' in these languages... Unless you consider someones ability to make ultra basic programs skillful. Haha.

Well I explained allot in the first part but I should continue further. My name is Paul M and I was born and raised in Long Island, NY. I am a computer hardware enthusiast and am looking to stretch my wings beyond that and I'm hoping these forums can help me do that, along with various YouTube tutorials and the book 'C++ for dummies' (Haha). I think if I had been getting into C++ two years ago I would have said my motive was to become a video game designer but at this point I realize that I cannot set my sights on something so specific and expect to succeed in this field. So if I were to be asked today what my motive for getting into C, C++, Java, and maybe even one day go and try PHP (which I have tried a little bit of) I would have to say it is so I can attempt to unlock the full potential of my computer and yes, One day hopefully make a profit from it.
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Birthdate:Jul 29, 1996
Gender:Male
Occupation:Student
Skills:C
PHP
C++
Java
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Number of posts:23
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in C 'rand()' dose not seem to want to spit out the numbers i'd like it to.
Thank you very much! That seems to have worked greatly! Haha and thanks for the advice on scanf as w...

in C 'rand()' dose not seem to want to spit out the numbers i'd like it to.
Nope, tested it. THe #define did not make a difference.

in C 'rand()' dose not seem to want to spit out the numbers i'd like it to.
I dont know (and dont think) the #define would do it... i could be wrong though. And yes my random n...

in C 'rand()' dose not seem to want to spit out the numbers i'd like it to.
I have updated it a bit: [code]#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <time.h> #define LEV...

in C 'rand()' dose not seem to want to spit out the numbers i'd like it to.
I am still toying around with it but cant seem to figure it out...

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