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Titus B. Ledbetter, Jr.

U.S.
On Vacation
returns 10/01/2017
Expertise

C , MFC, Object Oriented, Artificial Intelligence

Experience in the area

I have over ten years experience in the field of Computer Science, five years experience developing C/C++. I recently wrote a chess program using Object Oriented, C++, MFC.

Education/Credentials

Master's Degree Computer Science from Johns Hopkins

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

I would like to be used to write custom C++ applications for others. If you would like to see a sample of my work you can download it from: http://www.geocities.com/intelligentinformationsolutions/CHESS3.zip then unzip it of course before running it. You can reach me at 240-398-8879 or titusledbetter@aol.com.

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vijay11/07/14Thank you sir
laith03/25/141010Thank you ... but can i know why .....
Silentones03/24/1410 
Prashant S Akerkar03/07/14101010Dear Titus Thank you. Thanks & Regards .....
Emma12/16/13101010 

Recent Answers from Titus B. Ledbetter, Jr.

2014-03-22 my code has a problem:

You do not have to code it like that.  You can use cin like you correctly used cout.  What you used compiles, but it is used in special circumstances.  It does not seem to be working for you, so I recommend

2014-03-17 Home work:

You simply made a mistake and did not finish modifying the nested for loop.  You must change i to j in the "for part of the loop", like the code below :    for(int j=0;j<column;j++)  {           infile

2014-03-06 Algorithm for Database Backup and Restore Programs:

If you are asking me what algorithm can be used to backup a database but is written in C++.  I do not know, but that would be reinventing the wheel anyway.  You could think up an algorithm as well as I

2013-11-25 C++ Programming:

/* Program to demonstrate how to read from a text file */    #include <stdio.h>  #include <stdlib.h>  #define SIZE 72000    /*---------------------------------------------------------------------------*/

2009-10-19 data structure and algorithms:

Dear Ehsan:    Use is code from the following link:  http://www.dreamincode.net/code/snippet82.htm    Use can use it to store integer or whatever structures you want:    #include <iostream>    using namespace

 

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