|PDF Title :||C++ Without Fear|
|Edition :||3rd Edition|
|Total Page :||619 Pages|
|Author:||Brian R. Overland|
|PDF Size :||4.1 MB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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First, there’s a deck of cards. Video poker is meant to simulate dealing from an actual deck, so that you would never see, for example, five aces of spades in a row, which would be impossible if a real deck were involved. Maintaining and shuffling are easy, because earlier chapters in this book introduced the basic techniques.
Another important kind of data is the individual card. This is a fairly small unit of data, but it does have both rank and suit information (the latter cannot be entirely ignored in poker because when it comes to flushes, suits do matter). This simple data type can be given some intelligence, so it knows how to display itself.
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