11:40am on Thursday, January 17th, 2013
assalamua'lykum, brother you are amazing, your tutorials are helping a lot. till this particular tutorial you deserve applause. thank you very much for putting much efforts which is giving its fruits as many new comer like me are being benefited by y... read more »
3:01pm on Sunday, August 5th, 2012
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10:43pm on Sunday, January 29th, 2012
heyy how to download ur tutorialS??
4:07am on Sunday, October 16th, 2011
Hi! I like your tutorials as well. I just became a prime member, since you're better than my teacher at school, and English is not my first language...
But still, I've got a question (I don't remeber you talked about it here). Can I add an int and a... read more »
Tutor: Yes you can add an int into a float. The compiler would typecast int to float and the result would be float. You should store it in a float variable. If you store it in an int variable the result is unpredictable. It will not be the integral part of the floating point result. However the best practice is to explicitly cast int to float. For example: floatResult = floatN1 + (float)intN2; Note the "float" in brackets before intN2. This changes it from int to float and then add it to floatN1.
joey mendoza [south korea]
5:29pm on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010
PERFECT!!!!!!!!!! perfectly explained every subject.
Tutor: Thanks. I am glad you liked it.