April 27th, 2002 07:15 PM
any c++ forums for someone just starting to try to learn c++?Thanks
April 27th, 2002 07:28 PM
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April 27th, 2002 09:24 PM
Am trying to learn on my own,have downloaded many things. Stuck on first program,it is just a simple Hellow World-but keep getting a syntax error.May have to take a class to get on right track.Thank You.
April 27th, 2002 10:10 PM
Sorry for the spam, but that should clear some things up for you.
April 27th, 2002 10:19 PM
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April 29th, 2002 01:36 AM
Thank you jethro.Thank you JRoc.
April 29th, 2002 01:46 AM
thats the hello world.
i use the DJGPP compiler for windows.. it works fairly well DJGPP
gcc hello.c -o hello.exe
to compile with it.
April 29th, 2002 02:32 PM
Game Coding UK has some excellent forums for discussing all aspects of C++, including the game libraries that can be used and DirectX.
April 29th, 2002 02:44 PM
Umm, doesn't that work also? Been a while since I wrote a c++ program, but it is a whole line shorter then xmaddness' program
\"Ignorance is bliss....
but only for your enemy\"
April 29th, 2002 06:57 PM
c/c++/c# site : www.cprogramming.com
yes it works perfectly
but int main() should be prefered over void main() coz it will return a value back to the OS/parent program from where it was called. this indicates wether it was successful or not according to the return value.
void() is normally used for functions. though in small/basic programs there is no harm in using void main()