C++ Programming Practice – Day 009 [w/ subs]



00:00:00 – I think that I'm alive I'm just going to
00:00:02 – give it a second and make sure that hmm
00:00:06 – everything's good on twitch the
00:00:11 – dashboard hmm yeah cool so all right
00:00:22 – yeah looks like that's up and running
00:00:24 – just make sure the audio is coming are
00:00:32 – you yeah looks like yep audio is a
00:00:36 – little bit of echoey wonder which
00:00:38 – microphone OBS is picking up it looks
00:00:45 – like my regular Mike see what it sounds
00:00:48 – like OBS is picking up and it sounds
00:00:53 – normal okay cool cool what's up guys so
00:00:58 – I got a webcam yeah I just got back from
00:01:03 – pax not too long ago oh I guess a week
00:01:07 – ago last week was really busy because i
00:01:10 – miss a few days at work so I just had to
00:01:15 – catch up and I also worked over the
00:01:17 – weekend so yeah I guess let's get back
00:01:23 – into it this is this programming
00:01:28 – practice problems really i'll talk to
00:01:31 – book that i'm using i got it right next
00:01:34 – to me right over here it's a super
00:01:36 – simple book I'm really just doing this
00:01:38 – to I'm really just doing this to see
00:01:48 – I'm just saying that's still like
00:01:50 – sharpen up my c programming skills and
00:01:53 – just like I don't work and see I'm a
00:01:56 – daily basis I work in going but this
00:02:01 – book's super simple like the problems
00:02:03 – are really really simple really easy to
00:02:05 – get started my finished chap last time I
00:02:10 – continued our lab before I stopped I
00:02:13 – think we were on chapter mmm chapter we
00:02:17 – have just got done with chapter 2 and
00:02:18 – I'm on chapter 3 nothing really
00:02:21 – interesting is going to happen until
00:02:22 – around I would guess chapter 7 so if
00:02:31 – you're a beginner programmer or if
00:02:33 – you're looking at gang in the
00:02:34 – programming no I would pick up a copy of
00:02:37 – this book this looks super good for
00:02:41 – beginner level programmers like if
00:02:42 – you've never done it before it should be
00:02:45 – pretty easy to pick up and get started
00:02:49 – anyways alright let's go ahead and I'm
00:02:54 – gonna go ahead some boulders around a
00:03:08 – nine and it's just goes bad I didn't set
00:03:18 – up any of this stuff where I am so my
00:03:23 – fault is for not having anything
00:03:24 – prepared looking through chapter 3 for
00:03:31 – the Miss skipping all the reading going
00:03:34 – to the program any problems here we go
00:03:43 – alright so so we're right here my room
00:03:52 – is kind of a mess right now now office
00:03:54 – kind of fix that later all right let's
00:04:03 – go day I was so we did one two three
00:04:05 – four five problems I don't have too much
00:04:08 – time today so this quick day nine so I
00:05:03 – just set up some stuff here this in the
00:05:07 – files
00:05:23 – little money toggle between Windows that
00:05:39 – is super annoying okay what is this no I
00:05:55 – don't want this all this son I'm just
00:06:00 – copying over my build scripts here so
00:06:04 – this is day 9 this all this yeah okay
00:06:15 – that was painful I'm just going to make
00:06:25 – sure what just going to write a regular
00:06:26 – stuff to make sure that we're properly
00:06:28 – compiling slowed up the blogger
00:06:59 – [Music]
00:07:07 – so if you guys have any questions as I
00:07:13 – go through this just let me know i'm
00:07:15 – watching chat over here on my mother
00:07:19 – window her my other monitor so I don't
00:07:24 – expect if you're if you have any
00:07:27 – experience programming I don't really
00:07:29 – expect you to have any problems or
00:07:30 – questions well well that's not good
00:07:35 – visual studios let you crash it's no
00:07:42 – bueno
00:07:51 – I mean we probably don't need this type
00:07:57 – of debugger right now but I just like
00:08:00 – getting an abbot using the tools that I
00:08:02 – want to use when I'm actually developing
00:08:05 – something hopefully a game within like
00:08:09 – the next year anyways okay we're
00:08:14 – compiling and running and just step into
00:08:18 – the code to make sure it actually all
00:08:21 – the symbols load properly and step into
00:08:27 – cool everything's running after worried
00:08:34 – about you cool so we got that up we are
00:08:41 – so how did we have this for I kind of
00:08:47 – want to follow the same format it may
00:08:50 – take us a day or two to get back to
00:08:53 – where we were previously before I left
00:08:54 – for tax that's all good take it one step
00:09:00 – at a time here one day at a time so I'm
00:09:03 – going to be split current directory let
00:09:08 – me go back to day 8 i'm gonna see how
00:09:11 – day problem one p okay so let me just
00:09:16 – type out the question this first problem
00:09:18 – scene is fairly simple right seeker then
00:09:21 – again the first few chapters are really
00:09:31 – just getting you real comfortable with
00:09:33 – some of the data types and familiarizing
00:09:36 – yourself with some basic super basic
00:09:40 – programming concepts I'm not this isn't
00:09:46 – this particular strain is not a string
00:09:48 – to teach I mean I'm not against
00:09:51 – explaining something but I'm not trying
00:09:54 – to explain everything I'm doing if
00:09:57 – someone doesn't ask a question I guess
00:09:59 – so if you're if you don't ask question
00:10:02 – I'm just going to let us keep trucking
00:10:05 – along here all right so what do we got
00:10:09 – Retta see program to calculate display
00:10:15 – the average of the numbers all right so
00:10:16 – you have on port numbers a whole bunch
00:10:21 – not really so let's call it X Y X Y Z
00:10:29 – ABC date one skull improving I vzd
00:10:32 – voucher see now we could initialize
00:10:47 – everything online but better this is a
00:10:55 – little bit more legible all right okay
00:11:09 – so they want to close up what do you
00:11:16 – want to do write a program to calculate
00:11:26 – and display the average numbers
00:11:50 – yeah so just start writing the code the
00:12:01 – way that I would write it if I was doing
00:12:04 – like an actual project for now we go
00:12:33 – let's just do ah this way sorry my eyes
00:12:55 – hurt I'm staring at a monitor all day at
00:12:58 – work so this code does not be perfect
00:13:10 – just doing super basic problems this
00:13:18 – latest stable speaking human need
00:13:29 – actually just for the sake of typically
00:13:39 – I want to do this right so I don't think
00:14:18 – this chapter is like God that loot
00:14:19 – anything that side up I'm just going to
00:14:23 – do it simplest way possible typos social
00:15:16 – [Music]
00:15:19 – should be due to the my lips like should
00:15:45 – see like still like two three Alfie
00:16:26 – popover tard to plug there should be
00:16:28 – good so you can step into the code and
00:16:31 – see what's going on here there's some
00:16:40 – variables up step into my gun yep
00:16:58 – cool yeah so that was super simple
00:17:04 – problem again like these problems inside
00:17:06 – this book are super simple and they're
00:17:09 – made for very if you're interested in
00:17:13 – getting the programming it's a great
00:17:15 – book to get started and just you know
00:17:20 – hack through some of these problems okay
00:17:24 – so that one's done super simple this
00:17:29 – will see the way did I not oh man I did
00:17:35 – not do that alright that's fine man
00:18:08 – what's the rename windows is it on the
00:18:14 – name three things less it's the move
00:18:28 – command and I'm I work in linux all day
00:18:32 – so I I don't remember I don't remember I
00:18:38 – don't remember windows commands so we
00:18:45 – let's go ahead just a little things like
00:18:48 – I know so remember
00:18:57 – see /s of course this is Windows command
00:19:11 – line learning day I guess okay so let's
00:19:18 – go ahead and just move these guys so
00:19:44 – let's create our files into bham so far
00:20:02 – text editor and we're just going to go
00:20:07 – ahead and this one over here I probably
00:20:14 – should really i think i've said this
00:20:17 – before but I should instead of like
00:20:21 – copying this over it's just right
00:20:44 – feel free to ask questions anyone let's
00:21:08 – watching if you don't know anything that
00:21:10 – I'm doing or care what I'm doing they
00:21:20 – had a lot of s*** in the background then
00:21:21 – you clean up but that's fine i actually
00:21:27 – bought like a new desk and annie chair
00:21:28 – that should be coming hopefully pretty
00:21:30 – soon so that's pretty exciting ok cool
00:21:33 – s*** alright this one should be another
00:21:42 – sticker so the whole problem
00:22:20 – I'm not really sure how a lot to
00:22:23 – clicking like equals but probably pretty
00:22:26 – loud I guess yeah this is like super
00:22:52 – simple programming problems that we're
00:22:54 – going over I would guess with them you
00:22:58 – know uh date third year so it would
00:23:02 – start to getting more complicated
00:23:03 – problems but for now I want to keep it
00:23:15 – super simple plus I don't know I spend
00:23:21 – all day working on more complicated code
00:23:24 – and I want to become better and more
00:23:27 – efficient code so you gotta start start
00:23:30 – at zero for QA up ok seems pretty
00:23:36 – straightforward I prefer them to
00:23:38 – calculate the line one pool so I guess
00:23:43 – let's just do starting on rocks to this
00:23:48 – one sure why not
00:24:02 – good 7c CPP file C++ file we won't have
00:24:07 – to type that struck so what do we got
00:24:13 – here what do they want they probably
00:24:15 – want this taiwan doesn't float cool so
00:24:44 – got a little struct here cool e use this
00:25:12 – excuse me we should be alone analyze
00:25:28 – everything like this not sure just most
00:25:32 – legible way but okay no matter return
00:25:58 – here let's return what
00:26:02 – and let's just call it a vacuole eight
00:26:05 – and we're going to take a it's in line
00:26:26 – so it's supposed to be in line so
00:26:52 – studious so you can see easily into the
00:27:03 – b***** and he wants a bee p dot x times
00:27:11 – we want i am to equal
00:27:50 – blow you all you want by three seems
00:28:18 – good so we out here got the very gun and
00:28:38 – let's just do this 25 x 10 x ok let slip
00:28:48 – should be cool and let's put this whole
00:29:02 – yep let's be sure the console output
00:29:11 – properly yeah that's fine ok I'm cooled
00:29:14 – that color gun super simple problem
00:29:17 – again see if we can squeeze one more in
00:29:24 – there was it's 707 have able to do at
00:29:29 – your home see you guys watching I know
00:29:39 – there's at least one other person
00:29:41 – watching so if you have any questions or
00:29:43 – anything just let me know yeah or if you
00:29:49 – guys are you know C or C++ programmers
00:29:52 – and have any tips or anything more than
00:29:54 – flat weapon more you know tips and stuff
00:29:58 – i'll definitely a share whatever
00:30:01 – knowledge you share with me to the
00:30:03 – stream so yeah 3 we're going to go ahead
00:30:09 – and copy over to its the book is called
00:30:28 – to show you the book it's a super simple
00:30:38 – book for beginners it's called a first
00:30:41 – book it's really like I don't know why
00:30:49 – more colleges don't use this book for an
00:30:52 – intro class I think it's great I think
00:30:55 – it's a really simple book for people
00:30:58 – that are just learning to see it's kind
00:31:00 – of expensive but if you can grab a copy
00:31:05 – for cheaper I definitely got it I can't
00:31:07 – really think of anything else I kive
00:31:08 – never used this is like the first books
00:31:11 – of see that I used it doesn't teach you
00:31:15 – all this command line stuff but it I
00:31:19 – teaches you the bare minimum you need to
00:31:22 – know for programming yeah it's great I
00:31:27 – have a lot more complicated books that
00:31:30 – we're going to get into like a data
00:31:33 – structures and algorithms see I don't
00:31:40 – even know if it's it's old its older it
00:31:43 – actually is I think it's this one but
00:31:45 – it's not it's an older version of this
00:31:48 – one but that one's really good too but
00:31:51 – that's like the couple months away
00:31:54 – because this one's I think this one is
00:31:56 – 700 pages so yeah
00:32:02 – and on chapter 3 right now like
00:32:07 – literally the first the first
00:32:09 – programming exercises of chapter 3 let's
00:32:14 – see you want to be filename that and the
00:32:23 – text editor i'm using then you can use
00:32:28 – whatever you want you have to use a
00:32:30 – money thing obviously I would suggest
00:32:32 – until you get more familiar with what
00:32:35 – works for you just stick into whatever
00:32:37 – but whatever your book says yep no
00:32:45 – problem so back one and just because I
00:32:59 – don't want to rewrite this build script
00:33:02 – and really if like you're interested in
00:33:05 – programming video games like this is a
00:33:09 – decent way to get Ali started or
00:33:11 – learning how to program I mean it's hot
00:33:15 – it's the harder route that's for sure
00:33:17 – it's not sound easy okay make sure that
00:33:23 – compiles see here so see what this next
00:33:31 – problem is since by law still the
00:33:51 – compiler that we use in just in case
00:33:53 – you're wondering as ms easy it's pretty
00:33:59 – much the industry standard for for
00:34:03 – making use terms like it's pretty much
00:34:09 – the industry standard for making games
00:34:11 – I pour windows although nowadays you can
00:34:17 – use other compilers llvm i think has an
00:34:21 – option on windows nowadays yeah so sorry
00:34:29 – probably done this problem at least 100
00:35:02 – times and I still can't memorize this
00:35:05 – because one of my ever in real life at
00:35:08 – converting from a fair night Celsius or
00:35:13 – Celsius and I am never doing us as far
00:35:18 – as real world applicable programs he's
00:35:21 – probably armed to mill road app Google
00:35:23 – but then we'll teach you like very good
00:35:28 – the ability at when you're through with
00:35:30 – this book your capabilities of being
00:35:32 – able to program like actually sit down
00:35:34 – and type code or like recode will far
00:35:38 – exceed majority of people that don't
00:35:40 – read stuff like this you'd be a surprise
00:35:46 – how many people industry just can't go
00:35:48 – like I work with I've been in
00:35:51 – programming like professional like
00:35:54 – programming for two and a half years now
00:35:57 – and a lot of people and web development
00:35:59 – especially just can't can't code just
00:36:03 – cannot do it it's a pretty incredible
00:36:06 – actually
00:36:13 – all right mr. Kraken right of C program
00:36:23 – to confer temperatures and degrees
00:36:25 – Fahrenheit degrees Celsius the equation
00:36:28 – for this conversion of Celsius equals
00:36:29 – habla have your program converts play
00:36:32 – Celsius temperature coolest one okay see
00:36:35 – enough i guess i'm just gonna this is
00:36:40 – completely unnecessary just what throw
00:36:43 – that out there but I again like a lot of
00:36:47 – this is just for me for sin tax purposes
00:36:49 – being making sure that I know how to do
00:36:55 – certain things I keep there's no reason
00:36:57 – to go this overkill route that I'm doing
00:36:59 – but Celsius right and what else so what
00:37:30 – I'm doing is uh say you know I'm just
00:37:33 – typing build and I have like a build
00:37:35 – script here it's called build the bill
00:37:40 – bat and I think type is command right
00:37:50 – yeah so like I have this command line
00:37:53 – program type out what's in here so you
00:38:01 – can see here CL i just typed CL says you
00:38:06 – know c++ compiler microsoft right I
00:38:09 – don't like if I had something else like
00:38:12 – for instance this is this is a version
00:38:18 – of bash that you can have on your
00:38:19 – computer a type GCC it will get me
00:38:23 – information about a different c compiler
00:38:28 – the complete village g + + 3 + + yeah so
00:38:33 – this is like the c compiler for linux
00:38:36 – playing so another one I'll to cut off
00:38:39 – by the salty idea i guess aww so just
00:38:44 – say like in these funds that i'm doing
00:38:46 – since I want to be specifically
00:38:48 – programming for Windows platforms
00:38:50 – eventually not right now this is that's
00:38:53 – not what we're doing we're not using
00:38:54 – we're using the C runtime like we're
00:38:57 – using a you know we're using standard
00:39:00 – libraries but eventually we'll start
00:39:04 – making code that is platform specific
00:39:08 – and windows specific so now I'll give
00:39:18 – you an example of that in video games
00:39:21 – when we close out of this so that way
00:39:23 – you don't think I'm crazy and like a lot
00:39:26 – of games a lot of like really perform at
00:39:30 – games use that so let's see I began to
00:39:33 – learn C++ with code blocks ID but now i
00:39:35 – like to use linux of him do you have any
00:39:38 – tips to configure bim so it's nice to
00:39:40 – code in C++ uh so I mean it's really
00:39:45 – what's whatever whatever you like right
00:39:50 – so like this is a inside of here I
00:39:55 – actually let's see if I have a raspberry
00:39:59 – pi over here in the corner let's see if
00:40:02 – I can remember the IP address it's that
00:40:14 – ok I'll pull it over here a second hmm
00:40:20 – right so this is my raspberry pi if you
00:40:26 – don't use by the way if you don't use
00:40:27 – team ox team ox is great or if you use
00:40:29 – any other type of multiplexer for
00:40:31 – development I definitely recommend it if
00:40:33 – you don't know a little multiplexers
00:40:35 – I'll show you
00:40:37 – so you can split windows inside of like
00:40:40 – I just I can split as many windows that
00:40:43 – I want inside a linux it's great like
00:40:47 – you know I can do whatever I want I can
00:40:51 – make multiple more windows or whatever
00:40:53 – so as far as that's concerned like you
00:40:58 – can use things like auto complete or
00:41:00 – auto bild I typically have a pretty
00:41:04 – vanilla of them we see follow me
00:41:09 – remember what happened here let's go to
00:41:15 – go code so i got to go in here I don't
00:41:21 – know if I have any extensions installed
00:41:23 – what I got for see so my link list and
00:41:34 – communication so yeah this is I just
00:41:42 – nerd tree and like a few other super
00:41:47 – simple things like I don't know if I
00:41:51 – have I think I might have like make some
00:41:54 – mate commander like clangs though yeah I
00:41:59 – guess not for some reason I thought I
00:42:01 – did yeah so like you can enable certain
00:42:06 – things so like what you'll see is like
00:42:07 – if I had in here or something like if I
00:42:10 – had X like maybe something like this
00:42:18 – usually an error would pop up here and
00:42:31 – then it would take me to that line so
00:42:34 – there's something called you
00:42:40 – so if you want like autocomplete or
00:42:48 – something this is like what a lot of
00:42:51 – people like to use I find it to heat
00:42:55 – like super laggy when I use it so I stay
00:42:58 – away from it but I've used it before it
00:43:02 – is nice but man it can get kind of laggy
00:43:05 – when you have like a lot of code so i
00:43:09 – would just say get more comfortable with
00:43:11 – what you like I don't know if that
00:43:16 – answers your questions right but
00:43:18 – definitely use do must give up straight
00:43:20 – there's another one called bike window
00:43:26 – only will not do system locks as far as
00:43:40 – windows configuration for them that's a
00:43:41 – whole nother hairball that I I actually
00:43:44 – need to configure my bin for windows I
00:43:46 – haven't done it yet it's the same
00:43:48 – principle stuff you I don't know if you
00:43:51 – if you know what a bash our C file is
00:43:53 – but like or like jim has the equivalent
00:43:55 – of like configuration file in Linux it's
00:43:58 – like a bit Marcy file or like a vim info
00:44:02 – file like that's what you had it if
00:44:04 – you've never used them before so
00:44:09 – definitely get a raspberry pi and mess
00:44:15 – around with that super cheap actually
00:44:18 – let's see how much they are real quick
00:44:20 – or finish this problem oh man that's uh
00:44:31 – this is a fantastic deal and this is
00:44:36 – amazing yeah if you want to learn Linux
00:44:40 – and you will learn BIM by this by this
00:44:43 – and like force yourself to use the
00:44:46 – command line and not use a
00:44:51 – GUI just like force yourself to do it
00:44:53 – you'll learn it like if you've come home
00:44:56 – or code if you just use that for work or
00:44:59 – whatever for for a month you will become
00:45:02 – incredibly more proficient at coding
00:45:05 – inside of the command line so we got
00:45:32 – Celsius so we got a six but if you like
00:45:45 – which is on top note if you like the
00:45:48 – auto completing and stuff of you know
00:45:51 – code blocks and stuff and it's okay to
00:45:55 – stick with it there's nothing wrong with
00:45:56 – using that if that's what you like I
00:46:00 – just don't prefer all right this time
00:46:10 – we're going to pass we're going to be
00:46:11 – partners just because the Philippine
00:46:14 – what are we got here so right fahrenheit
00:46:18 – degrees while we want I hope that
00:46:33 – answers your question if I did I know
00:46:34 – that was really long winded if I didn't
00:46:42 – all right and are we going to do not in
00:46:46 – our turn I think even if you like so we
00:46:59 – got we're going to say she got so see us
00:47:04 – right and we're going to want this now
00:47:17 – you can make these constants you'll have
00:47:19 – to you know guys doing this stuff that
00:47:23 – I'm about to do the particular way I'm
00:47:25 – going to do it but we do great that's
00:47:37 – ontem I do this multiplied so this so I
00:47:56 – think that should be good let's go ahead
00:48:11 – and say temperature at Sun side all
00:48:32 – right and then with you t dot so
00:48:43 – this compiles 35 right and we're just
00:49:18 – getting used to be so how we would
00:49:21 – normally code if we're doing real
00:49:25 – production I mean not real pic I you
00:49:28 – know real production or like you know
00:49:32 – data like whatever code you want to call
00:49:36 – it actual code that we would use in game
00:49:39 – or something okay visual studio no don't
00:49:48 – do this I like also I like visual
00:49:55 – studios for debugging I found that this
00:49:59 – particular I've used like sea lion and
00:50:02 – code box and out of the like out of
00:50:09 – these three major like IDs integrated
00:50:12 – development environments like I've liked
00:50:15 – visual Studios the most for debugging I
00:50:18 – don't like it for writing code but I do
00:50:22 – like it for debugging okay where we got
00:50:29 – here so let's go ahead and do this let's
00:50:31 – just make our lives real easy and just
00:50:33 – get a mm-man to celsius converter online
00:50:43 – and say wat to be a 67 degrees that's
00:50:51 – what we should get I guess let's see if
00:50:53 – that's what we get yeah Celsius 37 cool
00:51:04 – super simple very easy you know
00:51:09 – definitely if these are things that are
00:51:12 – up your alley I would definitely pick
00:51:14 – this book up more fall you know to
00:51:17 – follow along with me or do do it on your
00:51:19 – own maybe you prefer so we've been going
00:51:24 – for 50 minutes I try to keep these to an
00:51:26 – hour and I mean thinner got kinda hungry
00:51:28 – so i will say that i am going to start a
00:51:35 – graphics programming series eventually
00:51:39 – like probably within the next week or so
00:51:41 – and that we're going to be doing like
00:51:43 – open jail if you're not familiar with
00:51:46 – that so um I'm not so I'm familiar with
00:51:52 – the graphics pipeline and see but i am
00:51:55 – not familiar with math like i'm
00:51:57 – self-taught so like I've never gone to
00:52:00 – school or any of this stuff I've never
00:52:04 – had any like formal training on any of
00:52:05 – this so the math portion I've have the
00:52:09 – equivalent of like less than high school
00:52:11 – math so a lot of this is just going to
00:52:15 – be me stumbling through it and learning
00:52:16 – proper maths so I also have a bunch of
00:52:20 – books on math that I need to go through
00:52:22 – to brush up on a lot of stuff but
00:52:25 – eventually I will be coming out this
00:52:26 – again the book is called a first book
00:52:31 – ncc
00:52:33 – so you see just go ahead and show it
00:52:36 – again great book for beginners really
00:52:40 – enjoy it like I think it's great so the
00:52:44 – next thing is my github account you can
00:52:48 – find me at github com / and Cain this
00:52:55 – particular code base that I'm working on
00:52:59 – I actually push it up here you can find
00:53:01 – all every single day that I do on stream
00:53:06 – live you can find it on github it's
00:53:10 – github com /em Cain /c dash practice you
00:53:19 – can find all the source code there so
00:53:21 – I'm going to go ahead and push this code
00:53:24 – up before I end the screen if you're not
00:53:33 – familiar with github our version control
00:53:37 – definitely take the time to get the
00:53:40 – letter with it right so you'll see after
00:53:52 – this is done uploading and I go ahead
00:53:55 – and refresh day nines right here boom
00:54:01 – and there's all our problems so if you
00:54:04 – have any other questions or anything
00:54:06 – thank you for asking questions if you
00:54:09 – have anything else for me I'll stick
00:54:11 – around for like another five minutes or
00:54:13 – so if not thanks for watching you can
00:54:17 – subscribe to me on youtube if you want
00:54:19 – to post these videos up as well as other
00:54:21 – I have kids my kids play games on my
00:54:25 – scream sometimes so YouTube channel I
00:54:28 – don't think I have enough like viewers
00:54:30 – or whatever or you can find me Nicholas
00:54:33 – Cain we post videos of us playing video
00:54:36 – games so
00:54:40 – yep it's okay okay all right go ahead
00:55:03 – and close this out thanks for watching
00:55:06 – thanks for watching hey I'm alive


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