On Apr 25, 2007, at 6:29 PM, Andrei Ursan wrote:

> [code]
> #include <iostream.h>
> #include <conio.h>
>
> void r_string(int n, int v[])
> {
> int i;
>
> for(i=0;i<n;i++)
>  {
>  cout<<"v["<<i<<"]=";
>  cin>>v[i];
>  }
>
> }
>
> void p_string(int n, int v[])
> {
> int i;
> cout<<"\nThe string is : ";
>
> for(i=0;i<n;i++)
>     cout<<v[i]<<"  ";
>
> }
>
> float avarage_string(int n, int v[])
> {
> int i,s=0;
> float av;
> for(i=0;i<n;i++)
> s+=v[i];
>
> av=(float)s/n;
>
> return av;
> }
>
> void main()
> {
> clrscr();
>
> int no, a[20];
> cout<<" no = ";
> cin>>no;
> r_string(no,a);
> p_string(no,a);
>
> cout<<"String avarage is : "<<avarage_string(no,a);
>
> getch();
> }
> [/code]
>
> Strings value are read from the keyboard, and i need a getch and  
> clrscr
> method.
> And how can I export the ruby code into *.exe ?
>
> Can somebody translate this into ruby ? I need it fast...
>
> -- 
> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>
Translate this for me, right now. No, by yesterday. == A time when  
you pay someone to do it. Or ask much nicer. But if you are trying to  
say that you're going to learn Ruby by comparing that C++ code to  
some Ruby code that accomplishes the same thing, you are either  
fooling us OR fooling yourself. Ruby and C++ are different enough  
that a side-by-side comparison isn't going to teach you much of  
anything in this case. It would more likely just confuse you, friend.