Discussion in 'Web Design & Coding' started by silenslupus, Jun 25, 2002.
Anyone else learning or already know C++, Just started, and it seems fun.
most of my university labs were in c++ and i worked with it during 12 months in 3 companies it's a powerfull language!
what is c++? i've heard a lot of ppl talkin bout it but don't no wot it is
it's an object oriented programming language, very versatile and powerfull. check this site for more infos and links to usefull articles
k thanx m8
i use c++. is it the first programming language you've learned?
I've used Visual Basic 6.0 (crap!) and Visual C++ 6.0 in my programming projects for College.
C++ is waaaaaaaaay better.
Like catch, I am learning C# in my spare time. Just got my Visual Studio .NET.
C++ is not from microsoft... it was developped in the 80's by Stroustroup (i think that the one). Microsoft only created compiler (VC++) and libraries like MFC.
Sorry for late answer, i just saw your question I learned first C which is the precursor of C++. It was in an optional course at college. This is probably one of the reason that made me choose my university program !
Now i've finished, the problem is that there's very few jobs available here mainly caused by the telecom crash that put a lot of experienced programmers on the market and pushed away newly graduated like me and my friends with only a few months of experience...
Yea I'm trying to learn some c++. If any of you know a good online c++ manual please let me know.
http://www.programmersheaven.com is a place to start with...
they have tutorials and so on
Thanks. And if someone could point me a good c++ program, for now i've been using borlands c++ v5.02, but i dont like it... In high school we used turbo c++ or smthng like that, but i cant find it anywhre, yhyy
Visual studio?! visual c++ supports both C and C++ but not with C# i think.
That's what my college is using... pretty good ;oÞ
Visual C++ is one of the best, and i'm not really a microsoft fan...
If you want more possibilities, try Visual Assist (in addition with VC++), it adds typing options (auto-completion, coloring, etc) very usefull! You can download it here
Of course, these are not free softwares *whistling*
The new Visual studio .NET from microsoft handles C#. Didn't try it yet
yea i have that too, havent tried it thou
wow, this is what i call simultaneous answering
Heh, yeah, but now i gotta go so you have to talk all by yourself I'll prolly ask help when i get back home and get my hands on that visua c++. bbl