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    May Day!

    hello :P dont know If this is the right place to put this or no but i'd like to know about a website with some basic but interesting tutorials and programs on c/cpp .. I have done c abit and now i've started c++ i'm a student of BCS and im a beginner so can you suggest some sites?

    I already have the books;

    Let us C
    Let us C++
    C++: The complete reference
    How to program C++ by dietel and dietel
    Object Oriented programing C++ by floke

    etc .. but seriously I dont get enouh time to read all of those.. so maybe a website will help with tutorials as practice makes a man perfect pp
    ok thanks, please post even if you dont know of any website lol :PP

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    There is a tutorial on the main page of this web-site.

    But be aware that learning a programming language and learning to program is not something you do in 2 weeks.

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    by tutorial i dont mean "how to" i meant a website where I can see some interesting programs already writen in simple c/c++ so i can anlyze the codes and get idea n learn etc.. i already know the syntax and how to

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmansalman View Post
    by tutorial i dont mean "how to" i meant a website where I can see some interesting programs already writen in simple c/c++ so i can anlyze the codes and get idea n learn etc.. i already know the syntax and how to

    thanks
    You confused me with:
    but seriously I dont get enouh time to read all of those..
    - I took that as "I haven't actually read the books, I just want a quick solution".

    There are PLENTY of source code on the web. Is there any particular area of programming you would like to pursue?

    By the way, reading other peoples code to "understand" is like reading books to learn to write a book - it works in some sense, but in others, it's pretty useless. You learn so much more by doing your own programming.

    Another way to learn is to take part in the discussion here, suggesting solutions to the questions asked here [but don't post complete solutions to homework questions].

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    well I really want to masterise c/c++ .. and i'm a beginner right now, I can do simple c programs like making a calculator, doing factorial program, passing values to functions etc.. i'd like to see some source codes of any basic programs writen in c/c++ whatever they might be about but should be a bit interesting and should involve some math ;P

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