April 17th, 2002 12:26 AM
I want to switch from coding in Visual Basic to Visual C++ but I have no experience with C.. how can I get started and is there any tutorial I can look at...
April 17th, 2002 12:36 AM
http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=133897 look under programing. Also Teach yourself C++ in 21 days by the Sams publishing groups is a good read to get the basics in your mind, then C/C++ programers bible, by jamsa is for better in depth application reference and teaching yourself.
April 17th, 2002 01:51 AM
ewwwwwwww sams teach your self theirs better books than that lol deitel and deitel is a good book to start ive had a few friends switch from vb to c++ they havent had to much trouble but they said learning c++ has in creased their vb coding skills no end. but just read as much as you can if you get stuck pm me and ill give you a hand but learn cout and cin first and the different types of variables you can youse then functions etc etc
April 25th, 2002 01:59 PM
I would say learn plain C++ first, before getting into the Visual C++ mess that MS created. Do some basic console programming, just to learn the C++ syntax and OO concepts. Then, if you insist, move on to Visual C++, as it adds a lot.
/can you tell I hate MS?
March 25th, 2003 03:26 AM
RiOtEr I do agree with you about the deitel c and c++ books. I have used both sam's and deitel and think theirs are much better.
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March 25th, 2003 03:59 AM
here are some c++ learning sites
March 25th, 2003 05:12 AM
Well I am learning LibertyBASIC so when I work my way into C++ it will be easier to understand and so i will know the basics and know about input and that kind of stuff but MsMittens gave me a great tutrial on C++ right here
>Hope that helps you.
March 25th, 2003 02:00 PM
as mentioned by everyone, Deitel are highly reccomended for any programming book, we've used the deitel series at uni for java ever since they started making them i think, i can only assume that the C++ one is of the same quality as the java one, theyre packed full of tips and little pointers that other books tend to leave out
a good C++ book that i've bought myself is C++ a beginners guide by Herbert Schildt
as the name says it does start from the very basics of programming in C++ (it assumes no C++ background at all), but everything is explained in a very simple way that i find easy to understand, sometimes i need things dumbed down a bit when it comes to coding books and this one i have found to be very good, cost me $55AU so thats probly about 30 US
March 27th, 2003 03:34 AM
Learning Visual C++ 6.0 by Ivor Horton is a very good book, teaches you all about just plain C++ and then the second half of the MASSIVE book talks about MFC programming with Visual C++
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April 21st, 2003 05:06 AM
Learning c++ firt then you can go to Visual c++ find some coding c++ in
I hope this will help you