Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX deadline is 11:59 PM October 7.
I didn't know it would tell me ahead of time how much was expected. I said October 7th, but I meant October 8th. Thank you!
I don't understand them, but yes we have gone over them in class. We haven't covered strings yet.
No, unfortunately, the professor is very low tech and doesn't give us any files to work with. We had to write a couple of programs, but the only one I can find is my latest. http://wikisend.com/download/484934/Employee pay Final.exe The class website is http://ccciss.info/ciss241/ and the last day of class is Wednesday so as far as the notes go is as much as can be used. Simpler is better. Ideally, I'd like to be able to read and understand your program as a reference for helping me write my own.
Thank you for getting the code done so quickly. Sorry for my poor communication. I sleep during the day, have evening classes and work a full-time graveyard shift. I haven't had a chance to look this over very well yet, but I promise you I will and will rate you. The only problem with the way the program runs is that there are face cards and aces rather than being purely numerical. All of the other faults are simply that I'm a complete beginner, and can't discern an array from an argument. I may be able to figure it out, but it would be great if you could spell it out for me. Like I said, I haven't really haven't had the chance to look it over well yet, and should be asleep for another 5 hours. Also, I noticed the switch statement, but don't quite understand it's purpose, why there are cases without instructions or breaks, and it's the first time I've seen a switch without a default. My best guess to the default is that none is needed, becauses the cases are being pulled from the deck, and it isn't possible for anything other than any of those cases to be selected. Thanks in advance. -Jared
I'm sorry for not being clearer when I said to replace the face cards with 10's. You're right, a casino wouldn't substitute 10's for face cards. Yes, I'm sure that he didn't want face cards, and you're right, that doesn't make any sense since face cards make it more realistic, and like suits, don't affect game play. It also doesn't make sense that he specified that in the case of a tie, both players lose, but that is an easy fix. I still haven't been to sleep yet, but now that I look at it again, it is all much clearer. Your comments are very helpful. Sorry for the inconvenience of asking you to replace the face cards with 10's. I can see how it completely changes the way the ace is treated.
It looks and works great! Thanks for all your help!