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    Question Help!


    [B]*PLS HELP ME, design a digitally controlled washing machine that sets the wash temperature to 80degree celcius
    for cotten clothes 40degree celcius per quick wash and 1000 revolution for rinse and dry only using
    MICRO SOFT V. STUDIO 2010 c++ programming, PLS ITS URGENT!
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    First off, "help!" is not a topic title - read this

    Second, running into a room and yelling at everyone isn't going to endear anyone to bother with you.

    Third, your idea of urgency isn't mine (or anyone else's). I finished breakfast and went to brush my teeth before bothering with your post.

    Fourth, this isn't a homework factory where you can just dump your assignment and demand people give you an answer as soon as possible. We are guides for your programming journey, not pack-mules to carry you all the way.

    If you want any actual help, the first thing you need to do is make an actual effort at solving your question, then we can see what help you actually need.
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    When I was on active duty, our shop's bulletin board had two cartoons. One stated that my sense of urgency is not affected by your lack of planning. The other showed people rolling on the floor laughing with the caption, "You want it when?".

    Also, that an actual washing machine's embedded software would be written in VS 2010 is very unlikely. And if you are indeed trying to design such software and don't have the first clue where to begin, then the lies you told to get hired have finally caught up with you. You do not have our sympathies, not in the least.
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    :confused: i wasn't taught and am trying hard to get it, dats y i joined the forum. if u can't give me a clue, or help i will fuking leave ur site, but if u rethink, u ar welcome
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    So if you cannot find anybody to do your work for you, then you will leave.

    Good, so leave already. BTW, since you're obviously in school, when you take somebody else's work and present it as your own, that is called "plagiarism". In every school I have attended, committing plagiarism is grounds for dismissal. In other words, if you turn in somebody else's work as your own, you can be expelled from school, and deservedly so. That is what you are trying to do.

    If you are honestly in need of help, then we will help you the best we can. But you must first demonstrate that you are ready to do the honest work that is needed for you to learn. We do sincerely want you to learn; if we just simply hand you all the answers, then you will not learn. That means that you must put forth some kind of effort. We will help to guide you to solving the problems that you encounter, but you still need to make the effort.

    If you refuse to make any effort, then please kindly leave.

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    BTW, it is obvious that you are a native speaker of English, since you are so incredibly illiterate and relying on the mere approximate sounds.

    Please post in English. For you to be able to even begin to function professionally in any engineering discipline, you absolutely need to communicate in English. Take those English composition classes and take them seriously! Your very future depends on it!
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    :confused: i wasn't taught and am trying hard to get it, dats y i joined the forum. if u can't give me a clue, or help i will fuking leave ur site, but if u rethink, u ar welcome
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    but siR i want to really learn,the Assignment is given to us without teaching us...that is what i meant

    It is not as if am lazy or prone to plagiarism

    Pls What is the way forward now


    Will br glad if you can help me because i will be submitting the Assignment on Wednesday

    Looking forward to hearing from you

    Thanks. :)
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    SO SHOW US WHAT YOU HAVE DONE SO FAR!!

    And how just exactly when were you given this assignment?
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    The way forward is to perform the design. Design always precedes coding.

    Read the requirements of the assignment. Write down what you will need to do to meet those requirements. Break that down into a set of functions that you will need to perform. Decide what each function will need to do to perform its assigned tasks. Devise a data structure that will be needed. Piece it all together.

    Take the approach of "divide and conquer." You have a big task. Each big task consists of smaller tasks, and each smaller task consists of even smaller tasks. Identify and describe the larger tasks, then do the same to the smaller tasks, and to the smaller tasks inside them, down to the smallest and simplest tasks.

    Only you can do it. Only you will do it. So do it already!
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    I dont know for the Man

    God knows why he is stressing us

    He has only thought V Basic

    We havent Started C++ dnt no why he is given us assignment on C++ Programming


    PLS help us find a way forward

    yeah that is a TOP BUTTOM APPROACH, i will try and text u the little way i could understand the problem, but i still need your full backup
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    The Man. Where do you live, the 60's? Just who is "Da Man"?

    WRITE IN PLAIN ENGLISH!!!

    I gave you the way forward. Your move.
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    I guest you don't want to help, why are you flattering me

    don't really get your phrase "your move"
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    "Your move" as in a game of chess or in a similar game. It's your turn to do something. Like your own homework.

    I tried to help you the best that we can. If you're so hopelessly lazy, then please move on.
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    Thumbs up am i making any sense?


    please check this out and help improve
    #include <iostream>
    using name space std;
    void main()
    {
    int tempsensor; //from the temperature sensor console

    int revolcycle; //gotten from the motor console

    char washtype;
    int revolution = revolcycle/timer
    {
    if (washtype = cotton)
    {
    heatsensor = 80;
    cout <<"ready for cotton";
    }
    if (washtype = quickwash)
    {
    heatsensor = 40;
    cout<<ready for quickwash;
    }
    void rinse (int revolution)
    {
    return 1000;
    }
    void dry (int revolution)
    return 1000;
    }
    }
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    Start by reading this

    The essence being, start small, compile often.
    In your case, I suggest you compile after adding every single line (whenever you type a ; or a matched pair of { }).

    To be honest, your "attempt" looks more like a tutor handout containing deliberate errors (for you to fix) than anything else.

    For example
    > using name space std;
    Anyone who had done any reading at all would know that namespace is all one word.

    > cout<<ready for quickwash;
    And that strings need to be in double quotes, thus
    cout<<"ready for quickwash";

    FWIW, you seem to be heading in the right direction, but you just need to ask the compiler to help you sort out the basic errors.
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