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    Q. Write a program that gets the user to enter 5 numbers and outputs a message stating which is the largest and which is the smallest.
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    really stuck, please help
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    (Original post by Mo98)
    Q. Write a program that gets the user to enter 5 numbers and outputs a message stating which is the largest and which is the smallest.
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    really stuck, please help
    Fine now I've done it
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    (Original post by Mo98)
    Fine now I've done it
    You're welcome
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    Glad you did, I was playing with the same exercise lately in Python & Java!!
    What course are you taking?
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    (Original post by Viridiana)
    Glad you did, I was playing with the same exercise lately in Python & Java!!
    What course are you taking?
    The Aqa computing/Computer science one wbu?
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    (Original post by Mo98)
    The Aqa computing/Computer science one wbu?
    Nice, I'm not doing any course, just having a go at programming on my own
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    (Original post by Viridiana)
    Nice, I'm not doing any course, just having a go at programming on my own
    Fair enough mate! Programming is fun, I must admit
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    (Original post by Mo98)
    Fair enough mate! Programming is fun, I must admit
    My first programming task was to ask a user to insert a number and then draw a pyramid using asterisks based on those numbers. Fun times
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    (Original post by Mo98)
    Fair enough mate! Programming is fun, I must admit
    Yeah, I love foreign languages and I've always wanted to have a go at the artificial ones that can give you a lot of money if you're fluent = programming

    Thinking of a computing course at uni but I'm not exactly in love with Math...
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    (Original post by Viridiana)
    Yeah, I love foreign languages and I've always wanted to have a go at the artificial ones that can give you a lot of money if you're fluent = programming

    Thinking of a computing course at uni but I'm not exactly in love with Math...
    The artificial ones don't speak though and they don't involve emotions
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    (Original post by kka25)
    The artificial ones don't speak though and they don't involve emotions
    That's why I've already learnt two "real" ones and I'm planning to make myself into a polyglot before I die... But you have to make a living, too...
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    (Original post by Viridiana)
    That's why I've already learnt two "real" ones and I'm planning to make myself into a polyglot before I die... But you have to make a living, too...
    You sure do

    Not to worry, human languages can make you truck loads of money
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    (Original post by kka25)
    You sure do

    Not to worry, human languages can make you truck loads of money
    Tell me how, master!
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    (Original post by Viridiana)
    Tell me how, master!
    Er, I think you can be a translator, language educator, researcher, etc.
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    (Original post by kka25)
    Er, I think you can be a translator, language educator, researcher, etc.
    Yeah, but it seems to me that too many people do this for me to find some room on the market. And still, it'd seem to me to be a waste of time to spend three times in uni just to learn a language, I'd rather have a degree in something else...
    And what are you doing with your life?
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    I do AQA computing too Just finished both of my controlled assessments, now have the joy of exams...
    Are you doing GCSE or A level? Or a degree ofc
 
 
 
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