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I. Introduction: Lecture 2 | 47:26 min
In this lesson our instructor talks about Declaring Variables
Post by Ehab Issa on August 3, 2015
Dear John,the samples you gave regarding Nullable are wrong , for example Console.Write(aVar.ToString()) ; You have not added the parentheses which why you always have an error , you can not use nullable string because its of reference type and you can console write a null integer which will be nothing on screen. please Sir , you need to give much care
Last reply by: John SnapeThu Feb 4, 2016 12:12 AM
Post by Salman Khan on June 22, 2015
I have been struggling for almost 3-4 days with the concept of floating-point numbers. It involves really hard mathematics and we should also understand fixed-point numbers as well. it is very hard to do. I've been trying to go through different sources, like the book "Computer Organization and Architecture" by William Stallings. Why this topic was just touched so briefly upon? It is not so trivial and is very hard. P.S. i'm not that good in Mathematics, just finished A level high school.
Last reply by: John SnapeThu Mar 26, 2015 10:52 AM
Post by Keith Lashley on March 26, 2015
My Visual Studio claims that my projects were not loaded correctly when I try to open them. What is wrong? Can you help me please.