Message from Durtle02 in /r/SargonOfAkkad (Sparta) #comp-sci
Ryzen 2 specs
that's certainly the best solution I've ever seen, but if the journalist or editors are ideologues they can easy present you with answer choices that are all wrong
not a big deal I guess - like I said, best solution I've seen
How do you fix the problem
```scanf_s was not declared in this scope```
Do you have the full program or at least a bit more context?
I’m on mobile right now but I’ll show more context when I get home
Don't use `scanf_s`.
The _s functions are Microsoft's proprietary extensions.
If think they managed to coerce the standards working group to include them into C11.
Even then, they're optional library extensions.
Not seeing '_s' mentioned on cppreference http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/io/c/fscanf
>Don't use scanf_s.
They're in the C standard, not C++.
In C++ it's far easier and more powerful to use `std::istream` or `std::regex`.
they're in c++11 as well, but yeah, no reason to use
oh actually the ms exts are not in c++, only in c
Hey fucker, I'm switching to CIS.
That’s gay my dude
CIS = major.Business()
I'll be able ot more directly work with software and databases, plus I've also wanted to do some IT stuff since I worked that in High School
I do have to do some business and management classes though.
@Deleted User Local CIS job openings are slim until June, and the Department of Education is expecting me to start paying off my loans by Tax Day =.=
So I'm unemployed and just short of broke
```bool _IRShitmen == true;```
time to get your bicycle out and go around to local businesses to sell wordpress installations