As part of a prerequisite for dual-enrollment, I've been working in a Fundamental of Programming Class. We've finally moved on from flow-charts into programming, starting with C and C++. Myself, I hadn't touched C++ in about a year since I'd put together an 800 line Command Line Tic Tac Toe game with a basic AI, but I've been working with the essence of C since then with GML for Game Maker Studio which is an abstraction of C, C# work in Unity, and some C# form work for fun. Getting back into C++ felt good, though it took a little time to get reacquainted with the syntax and statements.
While our teacher walked the class through their first "Hello World", I went ahead and put together a simple Dice game. I'm a little rusty, so the code is probably far from the most efficient or clean thing, but I'm dipping my feet back in the water here:
My name is Jeffrey Hepburn, and I'm a young writer, graphic design artist, and aspiring filmmaker.