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2.0 2
by Open Merchant Account Ltd
     
 

If you are learning C++, then this application allows you type C++ code onto your NOOK, and view the output in seconds. It is an excellent way to try out snippets of Ansi C++ code without having access to a computer

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Overview

If you are learning C++, then this application allows you type C++ code onto your NOOK, and view the output in seconds. It is an excellent way to try out snippets of Ansi C++ code without having access to a computer

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Product Details

BN ID:
2940147115480
Publisher:
Open Merchant Account Ltd
Publication date:
03/13/2013
Series:
NOOKapps Series
Version name:
1.0
Format:
NOOK App
File size:
380 KB
Age Range:
13 Years
 
 
Please contact the developer directly if you would like to report a problem:
URL:
www.openmerchantaccount.com
Email:
support@openmerchantaccount.com

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C++ 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm VERY excited to try out little programs that pop into my head on the go, and thos program has a lot of potential; but, it doesn't work all thay well. I have a couple problems I've notoced that keep me from using this app: first, when I run the program, I don't get an output(you forgot to return a variable at the end of your hello world program, btw). It may just close the output once the program has finised running, but when I tried to create user-input, I noticed that for whatever reason, `>` or`<` symbols won't write when I press the button, which basically makes proper programming impossible, unless I have to creat an output file(which I forgot how to do exactly thanks to iostream, to be honest). We also need arrow keys on this virtual keyboard I can see it getting pretty difficult to navigate larger programs on touch alone. I'll give this a 3/5 because it has a lot of potential. Just sucks that it doesn't work yet.
Nookster0 More than 1 year ago
This product does not work for me on my Nook HD. I try and run the default code, which prints to the console (stdout). After running - It doesn't display anything. There is no output shown from the &quot;cout&quot; statement.  I did receive an email back from their customer support email addresss, but it only asked me which app I was using and if I was on the internet. Haven't heard from them since answering those questions.