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    (Original post by RK89)
    Got you. What language is it you use to program then?
    Erm, I think floor() and ceil() are C++ functions, but I'm not sure. I can get by in most languages with an online manual, only language I've ever really been competent at is VB (and other BASIC offshoots), as well as the simple web languages (HTML, JS). :p:
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    and roundtothenearestsignificantirra tionalnumber(3.14) = pi
    Hmm. We don't program in the same language.
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    Erm, I think floor() and ceil() are C++ functions, but I'm not sure. I can get by in most languages with an online manual, only language I've ever really been competent at is VB (and other BASIC offshoots), as well as the simple web languages (HTML, JS). :p:
    Hmm, I was going to learn Java and have got a little way along, but ive been advised to wait until i start doing compsci before I learn it.
 
 
 
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