Is Driver Assembly date reliable to look off of? And Dan I honestly worry because I pay for a "brand new" laptop and expect new parts; not used, refurbished, or watever. I already had the issue of them adding a close to 10 year old drive before, so now I wanna make sure they put something newer.
Okay first off; I can understand why it does this, but I am seeing if there is a way around it.
Well my question is I have a variable with an expression:
const float _gradeA = 4.0;
Then I have it where if the user inputs the A, it outputs the grade point to them.
cout << "nYou have inputted an A which is equivalent to: " << _gradeA << ".nn";
It outputs without the .0 and I wanna know the work around if possible to include the .0. You have inputted an A which is equivalent to: 4.0. instead of You have inputted an A which is equivalent to: 4.