i actually want to know what i'm doing in my class.
If you don't know then it's a sure bet that we don't.
If you have specific technical questions then people will try to answer them, but no one is going to do your assignment for you. If you really do not understand the assignment then go and talk to your professor, or find some books or online materials to help you.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
Your constructor looks ok except that you did not take into account that the first byte might be a sign character.
I am not sure why your teacher thinks it would be better to store it backwards.
I suggest you try to create the following method next.
bool operator==(const BigInteger & arr) const;
To code it THINK (don't code) about the following cases
- The number is exactly the same.
- One number is zero, the other isn't.
- One number have more digits than the other.
- AFTER you do the above then consider what happens if the 'sign' value is set to represent a negative value.
AFTER you think about the above then attempt to code the method.
cout<<"How many digits is the number?"<<endl;
int* arr1=new int[size];
cout<<"Enter the sequence of the "<<size<<" integers"<<endl;
int* arr2=new int[size2];
cout<<"Enter the sequence of the "<<size2<<" integers"<<endl;
Why are you screaming at the people when you are asking for help?
You might look at using a graphics library to draw graphics objects....
Why is common sense not common?
Never argue with an idiot. They will drag you down to their level where they are an expert.
Sometimes it takes a lot of work to be lazy
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