I have just begun programming in C++, coming into it from Java. I have noticed that making a calculator that doesnt crash is, in a sense, hard for any newbie beginner. For all the other newbie beginners like me, I have developed a simple and relatively easy to understand calculator. It doesnt use any graphics, just a terminal. Before you continue, one of the included files, called sstream, uses something called stringstream to convert data from a string to a int, double, float, ect. This is what I am using to prevent the program from crashing, so if you input anything other than a number or operator, you will get a number
or the number 0. This is a relatively large script because I wanted to make it easy to understand. I know I could have used more comments. Well, finally, here is that code.
fix: Uh, nevermind, I am not completely sure on how I get the code into the post so you can just download it from here...
This site will be dedicated to my source code files from now on...Just in case you were wondering...