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Computer Science

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  1. shadowfiend
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    What do you want to study in CS?

  2. Chris
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    my favorite area of study =)

  3. anonymous
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    which is the best book to study programming languages - c, c++?

  4. anonymous
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    Programming in visual effects.

  5. shadowfiend
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    akpellet.singla -- ideally you should post your questions in the textbox on the left. That said, C/C++ have a ton of different books, and it depends on the depth you want. Bjarne Stroustrup (the creator of C++) has a book called The C++ Programming Language. I originally started learning using C++ for Dummies. The important thing is that you go beyond the steps the book gives you and write your own programs so you can get a better understanding on your own. @igor -- Unfortunately, I don't have much experience in the visual effects world. All I know is, there's usually a lot of math involved. Sorry I can't be of more use!

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    akpellet.singla -- ideally you should post your questions in the textbox on the left. That said, C/C++ have a ton of different books, and it depends on the depth you want. Bjarne Stroustrup (the creator of C++) has a book called The C++ Programming Language. I originally started learning using C++ for Dummies. The important thing is that you go beyond the steps the book gives you and write your own programs so you can get a better understanding on your own. @igor -- Unfortunately, I don't have much experience in the visual effects world. All I know is, there's usually a lot of math involved. Sorry I can't be of more use!

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