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Post by sherman boey on August 26 at 09:27:09 AM

dude you are overweight and painting SLOW DOWN!

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Fri Jun 13, 2014 12:34 PM

Post by ahmed ahmed on June 12 at 02:33:54 PM

I love your explanation for the course... can you send me the link so i can download the exact program you are using and start with you from the very beginning to even the 2 course which is the intermediate one.

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Fri Mar 22, 2013 11:20 PM

Post by Vincent Cheng on March 21, 2013

I love your courses. Every lecture you teach, I can fully understand C++. Thanks a lot. It's very helpful.

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Sat Mar 23, 2013 12:41 AM

Post by Vincent Cheng on March 21, 2013

Should I learn more languages if i want to program game?
I always use C++, Java, and GML. I'm just a new programmer.
Will you introduce how to use DLL in C++?

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Last reply by: Alvin Sylvain
Wed Dec 5, 2012 7:29 PM

Post by Dana Amin on December 4, 2012

I do love this course but I have got one question please. Can this programe(C++) be used to creat computer software? if not.. How the software is made and which language is used for ? Many thanks

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Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:22 PM

Post by Joyce Andrews-McKinney on September 23, 2012

Hello,
One more question. Do you know if there is any cost associated with running the compiler and the executables it creates?

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Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:21 PM

Post by Joyce Andrews-McKinney on September 18, 2012

I like how you respond to questions. What materials/supplies do we need for this course?
Additionally, we have absolutely no programming background. We look forward to learning C++.

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Mon Aug 6, 2012 6:55 PM

Post by Suresh Manchala on August 4, 2012

Hey Jon. Thanks a lot for the reply. Whats the main difference between c and c++. Would it be difficult for me to learn c++ without learning C ?

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Sat Aug 4, 2012 8:10 AM

Post by Suresh Manchala on July 23, 2012

Is C mandate to learn C++

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Post by kuzhati maimaiti on July 21, 2012

if you offering class note wold be great

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Post by Bruno Riina on July 18, 2012

wish there was advanced C++.

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Post by Daniel Escoto on June 18, 2012

I really can't over-state how greatful I am for this course, the intructor, and this entire website. I was very very close to spending thousands of dollars and another year of my life on college courses just to get help with learning C and other foundational coding concepts. NOT for the degree (I already have the B.A I needed) but JUST for the abillity and the knowledge. THANK YOU!!

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Post by Chudamuni Dahal on June 12, 2012

Awesome course ! can't wait to finish and move on!

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Post by SIMON XENITELLIS on May 25, 2012

God sent course!

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Post by Maimouna Louche on May 9, 2012

Me too! Now I can learn it before I take it. Yay!!!!!! (^___^)

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Post by Jonathan Bello on May 3, 2012

Yes!!! I been waiting for this course!!!!!!

Introduction

  • You will learn C++:
    • Data Storage, Variables, Simple Types
    • Operators and Expressions
    • Branching and Looping
    • Functions and Modularity
    • Arrays, Pointers and Structures
    • File Input and Output
    • Object Oriented Programming
  • C++ is popular with companies that need object oriented programming combined with high performance and/or direct hardware control
  • We give a brief history of C++
  • And show some advantages and disadvantages

Introduction

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.