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How do I create a Scientific Calculator in C++ using code blocks
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Updated 15-Jul-15 23:42pm
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SohaibX 16-Jul-15 5:42am
   
Seems like you want somebody to do you home assignment? :)

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We do not do your homework: it is set for a reason. It is there so that you think about what you have been told, and try to understand it. It is also there so that your tutor can identify areas where you are weak, and focus more attention on remedial action.

Try it yourself, you may find it is not as difficult as you think!

If you meet a specific problem, then please ask about that and we will do our best to help. But we aren't going to do it all for you!
   
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Surajevan 16-Jul-15 6:01am
   
Actually i did to some extend but i have some problems with wxwidgets while working in Code blocks and so on.. That's why want to see a complete source code.. Thanks
F-ES Sitecore 16-Jul-15 6:09am
   
Just remember that the source code you'll find from google that you will probably submit as your own work, has also been found by all of your classmates who will no doubt also submit it as their own work.

If you are having problems then ask your tutor, you only truly learn by doing the work yourself.
Surajevan 16-Jul-15 6:18am
   
Oh thanks for the advices.. I don't need to copy paste from google.. If I want that I would do it without worrying.. I need to study.. I tried and stucked..don't know how to continue futher.. thats's why decided to ask from a good forum about it.. But its ok I'll manage.. Thanx
OriginalGriff 16-Jul-15 6:30am
   
The problem is that you don't get anywhere useful by looking at other peoples code: it doesn't tell you *why* it is the way it is. It doesn't tell you what parts of this are relevant to why your code didn't work and this does! It doesn't tell you what other ways there might have been, or even that "this is the best way" - it's just code that (probably, but not definitely) works. And it doesn't teach you what yo do next time!

It's much, much better to try and do it yourself, and if you can't get it working ask about that specific thing: that way you hopefully learn *why* what you were doing doesn't work, and why you need to do something differently.

It's like driving a car: if you don't know why you have to wear a seat belt, then the temptation is not to bother. Then when you have an accident, and the airbag deploys it breaks your neck because it is specifically designed to work with the seatbelt and if the seat belt isn't on then your head is in the wrong place when the explosives go off.

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