Core 2096 Final Reflection

//Hey! this is an actual C++ code, RUN IT HERE:

//https://ideone.com/i8spB7

#include<iostream>

#include<iostream>

#include<string>

using namespace std;

int main() {
cout << “Welcome to Core 2096 Reflection :)” << endl;

cout << endl << “This is a reflection on the course, hope you enjoy it ^_-” << endl;

string useful[] = { “I developed Some Communication Skills”, “I Made New Friends”, “I learned alot about Copyright, the topic that me and my group presented” };

string activites[] = { “Soliya, which for me was a great experience despite the weaknesses I explained before”, “Group Discussions were interesting :)” };

string changes[] = { “Soliya can be a bit more organized”, “Getting feedback and grades regularly” };
string description = “This is a moderate workload funny quite interesting course!”;
//Printing
cout << endl << “The Most Useful Things I learned in the Course Are: ” << endl << endl;

for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++) {

cout << i + 1 << “- ” << useful[i] << endl;

}
cout << endl << “The Most Interesting Activities We Had During the Course: ” << endl << endl;
for (int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {

cout << i + 1 << “- ” << activites[i] << endl;

}
cout << endl << “The Changes that I see might help make the course more useful are: ” << endl << endl;

for (int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {

cout << i + 1 << “- ” << changes[i] << endl;

}
cout << endl << “I can describe the course in one sentence saying: ” << description << endl;

cout << endl << endl << “Thank you!  :))” << endl;

system(“pause”);

return 0;

}

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2 thoughts on “Core 2096 Final Reflection”

  1. This is possibly the most creative final reflection I’ve ever seen. BRAVO!! I mean, there is nothing creative about the code once it runs 😉 but I love the idea of doing it as code 😉 so it’s still awesome. I also reaaaaaaaaaaaally love that one of the things that came out of the course is that your made new friends :)))))

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