YounGMessiah

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  1. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: GAMERS - What game are you getting next?   

    SCII HOS
    ME 3
  2. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: How to determine my CD/DVD drive age?   

    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.
  3. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: How to determine my CD/DVD drive age?   

    Well I will research how to remove my drive out and hopefully that works out. Any other alternatives just in case?
  4. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: How to determine my CD/DVD drive age?   

    This is what I have:
    HL-DL-ST DVDRAM GSA T50F ATA
    Driver Version: 6.1.7600.16385
  5. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Minor C++ help   

    Thanks, but no luck and I moved on from that and figured that is something I worried about in the end result output.
  6. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: flowchart of switch statements   

    Can anyone tell me how a switch statement would look in a flowchart?

    I found this:
    http://www.gailer-net.de/tutorials/java/Notes/chap43/ch43_8.html

    But I remember it has some circle in it, so that is not exactly it.

    TIA :)
  7. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Minor C++ help   

    Thanks Brandon for your help all the time lol, but it does not work I even tried changing the n value.
    I included the header stuff for it as well.
  8. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Minor C++ help   

    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.

    TIA
  9. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Problem with USB External HDD   

    I hate y cables sometimes lol
  10. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: February 2010 Desktops   

    TY Mat, now all I need is the other WP :D.
  11. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: February 2010 Desktops   






    Wallpapers please?
  12. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Paste and go like "Google Chrome"   

    Kool beans thanks man; my laziness sometimes shows :cat:..

    I installed and tried it and works like a charm.
  13. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: Paste and go like "Google Chrome"   

    Is there an addon for Firefox to add that feature?
  14. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: February 2010 Desktops   

    My boring desktop (not even my computer. mine is in the shop!)


  15. YounGMessiah added a post in a topic: February 2010 Desktops   

    I dont see it?

    edit: nvr mind I do now..

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