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Anybody here have seen this? Making a Class Schedule Using a Genetic Algorithm[^]
 
That was made in C++. But I can't understand the code.
Can someone help me making this into VB.NET?? Thanks you Smile | :)
Posted 12-Jan-11 3:50am
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Solution 1

The article does have quite useful explanation of the code structure and the algorithm. I would recommend to ignore the code if you are not at all familiar with C++ and write using the explanation in the article or some other reference.
 
You may also search the web for C++ to VB.Net convertors if any. None that I am aware of.
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Abdi tombang at 12-Jan-11 10:15am
   
Hmm.. I'm a new programmer. And I like to learn VB.NET. I have a homework that to make a class scheduling in VB.NET.. Almost like what Mladen make in C++ (http://www.codeproject.com/KB/recipes/GaClassSchedule.aspx)
But, Iim just a beginner. I have a trouble to make it in VB.NET :(
So, would you help me to make the code in VB.NET?? :(
Please :(
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Solution 2

I think you should be looking at a MUCH simpler implementation. I seriously doubt you should be using a genetic algorithm in a class where you're a beginner at programming.
 
I have no idea what your homework assignment says, but genetic algorithms are definitly NOT for beginners.
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Abdi tombang at 12-Jan-11 10:39am
   
Hmm. The real problem just I'm not good in making the code :(
I really understand about genetic algorithm.
But, I'm not good in making what Mladen make in C++ into VB.NET :(
 
Just need help to make what Mladen make into VB.NET :( Thanks
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Solution 3

We won't help you write the code, but we will help you with code you've written. I know, the difference is subtle, but it's a difference none the less.
 
The only way you're going to learn how to be a programmer is by trying to be a programmer.
 
And dave was right - don't bite off more than can chew. It's only a homework assignment, so meet the minimum requirements specified by the instructor, and keep it as simple as possible.
 
EDIT ==============
 
You must not have understood. DO NOT copy someone else's code. WRITE YOUR OWN. How do you expect to keep a job as a programmer if you cheat at this phase in your career?
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Abdi tombang at 12-Jan-11 10:45am
   
Hmm.. Okay..
I'll try to making the code by my self :)
Do you have a useful link about VB.NET or how to convert C++ to VB.NET code??
I want to learn what Mladen make in C++ first, then I'll try to making it in VB.NET by my self :)
Thanks :)

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