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Hello World!

Welcome to my “Bbbbllooooggg”

I hope you got that Californication reference

This is gonna be my first post!

Some more things

  • my skill
  • your skill
  • sum is still zero
  • despite unsigned values
classDiagram class MyClass{ + var1: int + printStylish() void }
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void Decoder::printBandResistor(BandResistor resistor) {
    std::cout << "Bandwiderstand Ringe: "
              << getNameOfColorRing(static_cast<DigitColorRing>(resistor.getHundreds())) << " "
              << getNameOfColorRing(static_cast<DigitColorRing>(resistor.getTenths())) << " "
              << getNameOfColorRing(static_cast<DigitColorRing>(resistor.getOnes())) << " "
              << getNameOfMultiplierRing(static_cast<MultiplierColorRing>(resistor.getMultiplier())) << " "
              << getNameOfToleranceRing(static_cast<ToleranceColorRing>(resistor.getTolerance()));

}
Video 5: “How C++ Works”
  • Understand what ‘#include’ does
  • Learn what an ‘entry function’ is and how it’s called in C++
  • What files of a project get compiled? (cpp Files, hpp Files do not. They only get included)
  • Create a bug in your Code
  • Learn the Output of the compiler to see where your bug is
  • Compile a single cpp file (so a .obj file is created, in my case, a .o file was created)
  • Create a wrapper function for ‘std::cout’
  • Move this function to a new cpp file and compile it
  • Write a declaration for the wrapper function in ‘main.cpp’
  • Compile and run everything
  • Rename the wrapper function only in the new file to see what errors will occur
  • Fix the bug and see what .obj files are created
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