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So previously I asked a few guys about GUI in C++ and they helped me out and recommended a few programs biggrin.gif

I decided to make a calculator as it was alright but then it was easy at the same time as I decided to use the power of google lol So previously I was learning about classes so I thought maybe I can make a calculator and use classes just for learning sake.

So I was thinking about using classes for add, subtract, multiply and divide. What do you guys think? Any tips? I thought I should plan it before doing anything tongue.gif
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The post title is deceptive... or vague rather
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My advice is to create a calculator with classes and without ... create a few of them ... you'll figure out the best way.
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... did you try it?
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