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reply Luca Lupo <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
I pay 20 euro! 29.44 US$ for a conversion of a program c++ to D.
Jan 13 2008
next sibling parent reply dennis luehring <dl.soluz gmx.net> writes:
Luca Lupo schrieb:
 I pay 20 euro! 29.44 US$ for a conversion of a program c++ to D.

how million lines of code?
Jan 13 2008
next sibling parent Luca Lupo <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
file main.cpp: 40 lines
file observer.cpp: 47 lines
file observer.h: 50 lines
file subjcet.cpp: 95 lines
file subjcet.h: 35 lines
file post.cpp: 32 lines
file post.h: 16 lines

is all very simple
Jan 13 2008
prev sibling parent Luca Lupo <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
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I attach all file
Jan 13 2008
prev sibling parent reply doob <doobnet gmail.com> writes:
Luca Lupo wrote:
 I pay 20 euro! 29.44 US$ for a conversion of a program c++ to D.

without almost any trouble
Jan 13 2008
parent reply Luca Lupo <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
Yes, but I don't have time.
Jan 13 2008
parent reply torhu <no spam.invalid> writes:
Luca Lupo wrote:
 Yes, but I don't have time.

Just curious, why are you using D for a project if you don't even have time to learn the language?
Jan 13 2008
parent reply Luca Lupo <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
I must make an exam of c++, that consist in a project of c++ and a relation and
a transformation in another object-oriented language programming and I have
choose D....Anyone?
Jan 13 2008
parent reply John Reimer <terminal.node gmail.com> writes:
Luca Lupo wrote:

 I must make an exam of c++, that consist in a project of c++ and a
 relation and a transformation in another object-oriented language
 programming and I have choose D....Anyone?

So this is a school project? *frown*
Jan 13 2008
parent reply Luca <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
Yes
Jan 13 2008
next sibling parent reply janderson <askme me.com> writes:
Luca wrote:
 Yes

How can you prove that you know the subject if you have someone else do it for you? How will that help you when you leave the class? I think your doing yourself a dis-favor by having someone else do it. -Joel
Jan 13 2008
parent reply Luca <luca.lupo hotmail.it> writes:
Thank you for your opinion, but could also avoid, try someone who I translate a
program, not someone who says beautiful phrases, if you just chat avoided thanks
Jan 13 2008
parent Tom S <h3r3tic remove.mat.uni.torun.pl> writes:
Luca wrote:
 Thank you for your opinion, but could also avoid, try someone who I translate
a program, not someone who says beautiful phrases, if you just chat avoided
thanks

CAN HAS ENGLISH? Looking at the C++ source, you must've been paying folks to do your C++ coding all the time. Or was this (pretty obviously low quality) code written by you or some poor soul desperately needing another 20 euro? -- Tomasz Stachowiak http://h3.team0xf.com/ h3/h3r3tic on #D freenode
Jan 13 2008
prev sibling parent reply Gregor Richards <Richards codu.org> writes:
Luca wrote:
 Yes

No one here is going to help you be a scumbag. Do your own work or fail, it's your choice. - Gregor Richards
Jan 13 2008
parent Daniel Lewis <murpsoft hotmail.com> writes:
Gregor Richards Wrote:

 Luca wrote:
 Yes

No one here is going to help you be a scumbag. Do your own work or fail, it's your choice. - Gregor Richards

Yeah, if you're going to school to be a programmer, you'd better be able to do your homework, or you won't be able to do real work when you graduate. Most folks here try hard to accomplish what they do. If you had put in several hours of work and needed help with an obstacle, I'm sure you'd get it. If you were a client your offer would be fair. But from a student who doesn't even try to do his own job, your offer is insulting. I recommend you do your own homework, and if you put in 8 hours and still can't figure it out, ask and we *might* help. When we do, we'll do it for free. Regards, Dan
Jan 13 2008