Can you tell me about C++ programming for
beginners? Try CProgramming dot com. It has lessons on
C, C++ and OpenGL. OpenGL is a graphics program, I believe. Yeah, and a lot of games are written in C++
to keep the sound card and video graphics up with the action, and OpenGL is used to
create the environments and characters in those games. Do they cover the really simple stuff? Right
now, I’d get an F-minus in C++. They cover everything from if then statements
to loops to arrays to functions, plus they have quizzes to test your comprehension. That sounds like what I need. You could try PenguinProgrammer dot co dot
uk and their C++ beginner’s tutorial. How well suited is it for beginners? It starts with Hello World and moves up to
friendship. As long as it does not involve my contact
information, it’s fine. That’s a programming term, referring to
making object oriented programming classes friends so that one part of code can access
the other part of code, without having to use public and private classes. I’d love to understand what you just said. Try the site CPlusPlus dot com. It starts
with an overview of compilers and the structure of programs, and moves up to class inheritance
and compound data types. The site is aptly named. What other resources
do you recommend? LearnCPP dot com, short for learn C Plus Plus,
is a free website for learning the programming language. And unlike many others, it even
teaches you how to compile and debug C++ programs. I really need the later part. Compiling? No, debugging. I expect to need the digital
equivalent of a pest control company. So try CForBeginners dot com. It even has
a video on how to set up the IDE. The IDE is the integrated desktop environment.
an IDE to essentially contain the program until you’re ready to compile it. Then I need to watch their videos. Once you’re set up with the IDE, try MIT.
The MIT OpenCourseware site is a free site with online classes like introduction to C++. I’ll be ready for their beginner’s course
after taking all the others. You get access to the assignments that they
give students, but not guidance on how to complete them. Good, because I do not want to get an F in
C++, in my only class from MIT.