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C++ Bank Program

Just dug this console prog up from the bowels last fall. It’s a C++ bank program with some basic withdraw, deposit, and balance functions. I needed part of the code for another application I’m currently working on. 382 more words


Demo Series: Strings in C

C-Type strings are a fascinating beast. Continuing trends from my previous post, I’m following along with the Book on C to show the innards of a string (really just a char array) and as such, manipulating the string and treating it numerically (which C also does). 101 more words


Demo Series: Running Totals

Below is a C program I’m rewriting from a book called “A Book on C” by Kelley and Pohl. It is a relatively simple program that keeps a running total and average of a series of numbers. 142 more words


The Code

The Code

Have you dabbled in numerology, but found that the numbers never add up right? Are you enamored of feng shui, but find its overgeneralized process coupled with its rigid application and innumerable fixes to be indecipherable? 37 more words


The Code - "Blue Ocean Floor"

Self-released, 2015. Article by Sai Prasad
Recommended if you like: OVO Sound, Aaliyah, Shlohmo, pre-ghost-produced Diplo

Does it sound familiar? The Code came fresh off a vinyl limited release of their acclaimed mixtape 1/11 with a new track, a JT cover which happens to be right down their enigmatic, sleek alley. 67 more words


Sexual exploitation of children in tourism

Do you know that feeling when a problem seems too horrific for words that you feel like sticking your head in the sand? Do you know that feeling when an issue seems too overwhelming that you can’t possibly see a way how you, as an individual or business, could ever make a difference? 395 more words

Responsible Tourism

The Demo Series: Functions

Yet another C++ quick reference I am writing for myself. It covers void and returning functions, function calls, and my complete refusal to write prototypes. I am sure that kind of stubbornness will bite me one day, but I’m not going to worry about any of that now. 193 more words