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can i get a nice c++ project?

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Take a look at the CS106B assignments at http://see.stanford.edu . Click on the courses tab.
You could implement seam carving for content aware image resizing - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seam_carving . It's a nice use of dynamic programming, is a good intro to manipulating images with code, and creates really awesome results :P.
On the same topic, are there any good C++ tutorials or study materials available on the web?

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@mugwump101: not really a tutorial, but at some point you'll want to take a look at the "C++ FAQ". :)
Implement a C++ REPL (read-eval-print loop)
for tutorials you can check http://www.thenewboston.com/ and for project you can do it on cryptography , if you are interested.

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