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Problem: http://projecteuler.net/problem=2 Solution: #include #include using namespace std; int main() { int x,y,z; x=0; y=1; int sum = 0; int i =0; while (i<=4000000) { z = x+y; if (z%2==0) { sum = sum +z; } x = y; y = z; i = i + 1; } cout<

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@inky Do you know basic C++ coding? @agdgdgdgwngo @nbouscal maybe you know how to code?
I know how to code but I haven't used C++ in quite some time. What's the problem you're having? Compile error?

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I did this problem in Python, years ago, not sure where I put it.
I am not getting what I am supposed to. I should get 4613732, but I am getting 111052954 :/ idk what's sooo wrong with my code?! http://ideone.com/cygW1
Is my if statement wrong? "if (z%2 ==0)"
No, the error is that you're checking the first 4,000,000 terms, when you need to be checking the terms whose values do not exceed 4,000,000.
Ohh :/ :( I am sorry :/
Haha don't be sorry
Thanks nbouscal

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