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Program- Reach a target.

Posted on 1998-07-16
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I would like to know how can I structure a program into two void functions to calculate the
distance to a target in 5 tries by giving the velocity and  angle. I know the formulas but
my functions are not working well.  
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by:felicianop
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I can send what I have by email. I need some help to fix the errors ASAP.
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by:trestan
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Pls me the codes to:trestan@hotmail.com
But pls don't if it is a course assignment.
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After Windows 95, all the float point data type can be double (because of the new architecture). Also the fuction declaration should keep uniform as well as other identifiers. This is essantial.
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