Yip Cubed

@YipCubed (6)
Teach CS as my job, stream coding on https://www.twitch.tv/yipcubed for fun. I might even be getting better at it slowly!
✨✨Introduce Yourself! 👋 ✨✨
posted to Announcements by katyadee


I'm Yip. I Have been programming for a while from Basic to Lisp to C++. I am starting an experiment on twitch.tv on May 31st. I'll stream sessions of me coding, answering simple programming questions and then maybe building onto a bigger project.

I will use repl.it as the development environment since I like that it is accessible to everybody. Planning to start with C++ since that is what I have been teaching for a few years. I might delve into making games, implementing artificial intelligence algorithms, play around with other languages, build compilers, or whatever. It is an experiment, so not sure how it will grow.

If you are interested, look me up on twitch. All my code will be available on repl.it and github, so you can check them out even if you never watch the streams. Would love to get feedback and ideas on what to stream, so message me if you are passionate about something specific and it might just make it into my stream.

To interesting lives, interesting projects!

Yip Cubed

can I get help with this question please
posted to Ask by ayaanHasan

What have you done so far? What seems to be the problem? What language are you working in?

Have a look at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/cplusplus/cpp_if_else_statement.htm for an overview of if-else statements and then come back with more questions.


What was your first language and what did you make with it?
posted to Ask by katyadee

Basic - I copied code from a magazine that I did not understand with lots of PEEK and POKE commands. It made lines scroll up and down on my television screen!


[C++] Live Coding - Merge Two Sorted Lists - LeetCode
posted to Share by YipCubed

Not sure why it shows the README.md file rather than the main.cpp file which actually has the code


What's your favorite thing about Repl.it? What about your least favorite?
posted to Ask by katyadee

Favorite: Free, fast and very easy to get started

Least Favorite: GitHub integration is not trivial. Doable, but requires extra steps. Would be good to have at least one private project.