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[GUIDE] Learning the Basics of C/C++

Discussion in 'C/C++' started by BaGGy, Jan 17, 2006.

  1. beastlymoose

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  2. destroyer31112

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    great tutorial ill definately utilize these sites.thanks
     
  3. SF_101

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    i'm guessing that to make your own hacks for a game, you would have to be well experienced in order to make a hack right? so a person like me, who has no experience what so ever in c++ programing, can't learn it by myself and understand it within some time so that i am able to make a hack? or is there hope for me knowing how complex it is? lol

    ---------- Post added 02-12-2011 at 08:38 PM ----------

    i clicked on the website that claims you learn c++ in 21 days. the reason why i say claim is because i don't know this for a fact, but judging by what i read on the site so far, it's pretty noob-friendly (me, lol) considering the fact that i have no clue as to what C++ really is, other than it is a computer language which you must know in order to create games, or in my case, hacks for games. It starts off by introducing you to C++ by talking about its brief history and what you're going to be learning about so this is a good place to start learning c++ with no prior knowledge to any computer programming languages. So, in 21 days, i will be able to create a hack for a game? I wonder.. but if it does take me more time to learn about other programs associated with C++, then im not sure if i will continue if it will take me months to learn those programs necessary for working with C++. If these additional programs hopefully take me a couple of days to learn, then sure why not. Ill learn them and soon will begin to make hacks. And to the community of gzp, you might be looking at a future coder of yours ;D Don't worry, ill either make these hacks free of charge with features contained within premium hacks like on other sites, or ill charge a really cheap price, probably starting at $1 for 30 days usage. And in the future from that time on, it will steadily increase but won't go over $10. I'm thinking of making the starting prices $1 for 30 days, then later on it will be $5 for 30 days. But first things first, i gotta get back to learning my C++

    Here's the site im using to learn C++ in 21 days: http://newdata.box.sk/bx/c/
     
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  4. wilks3y

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    This is a awesome tutorial.
    Im learning C++ at school, might take some of the links in with me.
    Thanks.
     
  5. cade12

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    which one is the best for people who have *no experience whatsoever*? that has u write code as you follow the tutorial
     
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    The tutorials like that are usually very basic like showing you how to display text in the console. They are not the kind that will show you how a hack is made step-by-step. Are you sure that's what you want?
     
  7. lex1998

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    this post is damn gd. I would recommand it to my friends.
     
  8. LRA

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    Thank you so much it's not exactly what I was looking for but it'll do. :]
     
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    Wow.
    @OP, Thanks for the thread.
    I'm currently planning on studying up, and increasing my knowledge of coding.
    I plan on coding hacks for games, and maybe become a game developer of some sort.
    Not sure yet, but this gives me a good library of resources.
    Much is appreciated.

    Haha, ProgrammersHeaven is where I learned java a while back. xD
    Also, cprogramming is the site I'm using for my C++ skills, just because I like the layout and explanation of the coding.
     
  10. paradoxcod4

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    Nobody can learn c/c++ from books and tutorials you must have somebody to show and teach you.
    Everbody is telling you like learn c++ but they dont even know what is c++ u somepeople that know c++ the pretend like they are some motha****ers its not hard as they tell you just find somebody to who wana show you how it works!
     
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  11. Cipher

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    This is possibly the worst advice ever given.
    It's entirely possibly to learn C++ from books and tutorials.
     
  12. [MOP]Nessy

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    I totally agree with this, its like what lone222 says, "Learning how to program is not hard, it is the logic in programming that is hard"
     
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    Needed Items:
    VisualC++2008
    Some Codes
    Learn From Youtube lol
     
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    Soryy for bad spelling

    Hello i got this site too i was learning from it but i quit cause i got tier of reading and when i have a question thare was no one too ask thare nothing like a teacher so if anyone nows a internet clase ware i can talk to a teacher that be cool. i was reading java code. but thare java/c/c++. and thare video of a teacher teaching java code on "free-ed". go and take a pick you may end up learning something new.

    ones again sorry for bad spelling. thanks for you time and im sorry if this ware on baggy post i didnt real all he wrote.

    java/c/++ "side". http://free-ed.net/free-ed/Navigation/Level01/01_CompInfoTech.asp

    "java"/ Site. http://chortle.ccsu.edu/java5/index.html#02
     
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    Hello, Thanks so much for this thread, It will be of much use to me and I greatly appreciate it!
    I am currently a Noob and have absolutely no experience in programming, however this thread definitely will be useful.

    ~Sorry for the extremely late post, I apologise for that. :) ;)
     
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    NICE GUIDE even if it was uploaded a long time ago
     
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    Still a Guide :)
     
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    -Link Advertisement-
    #Warned
     
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  20. SladeKatakari

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    Thanks for the guide, really helps.
     

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