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fraz

  • one year ago

i want to be a programer of c++..but its ny inticial stage,,will you please help me,

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  1. tyteen4a03
    • one year ago
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    Start with something easier first, like Python, then shift to C++.

  2. fitsyu
    • one year ago
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    Me too! Let's help each other :-)

  3. anushkaudeshan
    • one year ago
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    yeah. start with a simple coding..... then you can move to C++. as tyteen said above, start with python. :) :) :)

  4. infinity_
    • one year ago
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    i think c++ is a good idea, although you might seem difficult to learn, c++ gives you a good understanding of programming as a whole. After you learn c/c++ you will be able to understand a wide variety of source code you might encounter. You can start learning, and in case you feel you can't follow, you might as well stop , and proceed to something easier

  5. KonradZuse
    • one year ago
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    Meh everyone wants Python to be used as a starting languing, I say why? The code looks nasty, and I don't think it's a good start. Go with a language you know will be used in the next 10 years. Python came out in 1991-1992, but no one really has used it until recently. C has been around for what, 40 years? Basic has also been around for awhile, but I'm not too sure how VB.Net is. Personally I go with Java because it is used all over, and it has the biggest support/community of any language. It's used on Android/mobile, web, client, server, etc. It's used in parking meters, cars, and many other things. So many offshoots from the SE(Standard Ed) EE(Enterprise Ed) for server side, then Jsp for web, JavaFX for powerful 3D and high quality web, mobile, and application SDK. Then there is other JVM langs like Scala and Grovy. In the end some people say C++ is better because it's been used for many many things especially gaming. A lot of people like "Pointers" even though I think they are crap and cause security risks, whereas Java does everything on it's own and then Garbage Collects. It is used in Objective-C for I-phone and I belive Android programming. Overall I look at a few things. 1. How popular is it? (Is it used in a lot of application, web, or for real world objects[parking meters]. 2. Where will it be in 10 years? 50? 100?? 3. How easy is it for me to understand the syntax, and how hard is it for others to understand what I code? I.E., if(a == 1) { a = 2; } or if a==1 a=2 4. Can I get a job in it? 5. How versatile is it? Can I use it on the web? as well as the client? as well as mobile? 6. IDEs and support features. A lot of people do not realize the power of a powerful IDE. From code completion, to corrections, hints, api support, plugin support, GUI builders, build scripts, unit testing, etc. and many more. It's important to pick the language you feel really comfortable with. Like I said before I have used C++, Visual Basic, QBasic, and Java, to which Java is my favorite language because I believe it satisfies all my needs and more, but that is me, someone else might disagree. Good luck in your hunt. ~KZ

  6. rsmith6559
    • one year ago
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    FWIW, Stanford's OCW courses start with Java and then move into C++. The first course is for complete beginners. http://see.stanford.edu click on the courses tab.

  7. KonradZuse
    • one year ago
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    My School was Java only. C++ was an elective you could take, but not on the main course.

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