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Extended Kilmer Day


Due to the snow, the late buses came even later, so i had an extra 20 minutes with the kids today. We're working on our first project. It's a thing manager. So for some students it will be a CD manager, for some a movie manager, for some, a class manager, etc. See the parent of this comment for pictures.

Our first hurdle was this.

int Command;

cin >> Command;
while (Command != 6)
   // Do stuff.
   cin >> Command;

If your command is not a number, you have an infinite loop.

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I'm having trouble seeing why that'd be an infinite loop. Would the cin >> Command; not re-prompt the user after some non-number is entered the same as it would after some non-6 number is entered?
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