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    How effective is this.

    How effective is the c++ tutorial on the cprogramming.com homepage? Will it teach me everything I need to know?

    Can anyone provide any other links to free tutorials that'll help reinforce and more thoroughly teach me?

    Thanks a bunch in advance guys! I hope all your coding goes well.
    Be inspired.

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    Well for starters, you're on the C board, not the C++ board. Next, define "everything I need to know". In short, no, it won't teach you "everything". Will it teach you some things? Sure. Other than that, how about you visit your local search engine and plunk a few key words in and see how many tutorials you can come up with.

    You will want to either visit your library or book store and pick up at the minimum a good reference book. You'll likely want to pick up some books that teach the language you're trying to learn.


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    Oh I didn't notice, stupid me, thanks for informing me! Well since I'm in here.. is C programming worth learning? Any good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raeliean
    Oh I didn't notice, stupid me, thanks for informing me! Well since I'm in here.. is C programming worth learning? Any good?
    No. Absolutely not. It's a horrible language. It's a mystery of modern science why so many people use it to create so many things. Nobody has ever figured it out. </sarcasm> Your choice of language should depend on what you want to do, but in general, C and C++ are both very good languages for a large number of tasks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raeliean
    Oh I didn't notice, stupid me, thanks for informing me! Well since I'm in here.. is C programming worth learning? Any good?
    Hehe, you're asking that in this section? That's kind of like going to a dog show and asking if anyone there likes dogs...

    (Yes. I like C.)

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