C++, 1st program to expert programmer
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Sharp and to the point talk on C++ programming for beginners!
Let s start the journey from installing c++ and an IDE (Eclipse) to the complete c++ 11th version.
C++ is an Object oriented programming language that can be used to create modern desktop software, game development or even critical system drivers too. You will find out that most trading applications are designed in C++ because in trading speed is money. When we get into the game development, c++ programming is hard to avoid if you want to create a fantastic and popular game.
In this entire c++ video series, we start from installing gcc on our system. After gcc, we will install Eclipse which is a cross platform IDE because most efficient programmers don t develop things on notepad. And yes, we don t like to talk about here and there so expect pure c++ programming guide with everything explained code by code and that too practically.
We are in no hurry, so we will start from Basics of Hello World in c++ and further moving to data types, variables and their scope. Further, we will look deep into the different operations that can be performed like arithmetic, logical, assignment. No programming is complete without looking into the conditional programming and loops, so we will look into IF, Else, while loop, do while loop and for loop with examples.
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Todd Longfellow –
I really like the bite sized presentations. I find that I am coming up to speed much more quickly than I thought I would. Explanations are clear and to the point; code examples are easy to follow and do along with the presentation. This is a good 101 level presentation on C++.
Tom Duffy –
Have spent an inordinate amount of time trying to get Eclipse running, without success. It is not worth the time, so I will use a different IDE and course to acquire C++ knowledge.
Jyant Mahara –
Nicely crafted course.
Carlos Rodriguez –
Nice first chapters and teacher but after OOP section the course should be improved, it have some mistakes, the teacher seems to be in rush to go ahead and the content dissapointed me a bit, more after comparing it with the first part where the teacher was fantastic. I recommend to improve this last part and chapters, also the quiz because there are questions that I could not find at the lessons at all: Like expressions like this: a (b,c); Or this one: cout << a << 't' << c ; // this one I did not understant it at all Anyway I give 3 starts because it is fair to say that course has nice first chapters but when it goes to deeper/expert concepts if fails from my opinion.
Tanya Roonie –
good course buy would have liked some exercises as well
Anthony Osehon Okpamen –
I like the step by step procedure used in relaying the messages across
David Miller –
This is a good course for someone looking for a refresher for basic C++.