Hey I have been working on a set of(lame) tutorials I would like for you guys to check them out I am only up to looping(well I have functions done but its not prof'd or purty yet). Tell me what you guys think. Oh they are on jeff's site. For those who don't know it: http://ftgu.thejefffiles.com/tutorials.php
It would be cool though to have 'next' and 'previous' buttons on the pages themselves.
>It would be cool though to have 'next' and 'previous' buttons on the pages themselves.
Hah, that's actually already been pointed out, I haven't had the time to implement them yet, but I'll get right on it ASAP once I get internet at home again, at this point I'm leeching from my school's internet (gotta love masking your IP on a laptop to get the internet, muahahah)
>Tell me what you guys think.
I think that your complete lack of whitespace between tokens makes it harder for a beginner to follow what is going on. You don't have to take it as far as I do (:D) but a little whitespace goes a long way when used intelligently.
What do you mean whitespace between tokens?
>What do you mean whitespace between tokens?
for(int i=0;i<10;i++) // No whitespace
By separating the logical tokens with spaces, it helps the reader to understand your intentions or at the very least make complex expressions easier to follow. This is especially important for beginners, who aren't familiar with C++ tokens or used to parsing code in their minds.
for ( int i = 0; i < 10; i++ ) // Plenty whitespace