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    Computer Programming Blog - codercaste.com

    Hey guys,
    i would like to hear your opinion about my computer programming blog. I'm writing posts about different programming stuff and more.

    The blog is starting to have a good number of visitors little by little and it has about 50 posts at the moment.

    What do you think about it ? Would you suggest any changes ? Is there a particual topic that you would like more reference about ?

    I'd really like your opinions. Thanx for reading and evaluating the blog

    ( The blog is located at http://codercaste.com - just ignore the forum, i just started it today)

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    I'm not sure I like the banner image. I don't think the fire thing really works in the rest of the layout.

    And a tip for your code examples, in C++ you should use iostream not iostream.h and main should always return an int.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oracleguy View Post
    I'm not sure I like the banner image. I don't think the fire thing really works in the rest of the layout.

    And a tip for your code examples, in C++ you should use iostream not iostream.h and main should always return an int.
    Hey thanx for the comment, i also believe that the header needs changes. This will be addressed soon.

    However, i don't see the real difference about iostream.h and integer main return. From what i know the only difference about iostream and iostream.h is the namespace that should be explicitly defined in the first. Other than i think it's the same (if someone is not stupid enough to use the same name as a header file). Also, the void return in main is also widely used, i've used it hundreds of times, but yes returning an integer is an option as well.

    But thanx for the remarks anyway


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