Mathematical ability and C/C++

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    Logic Logic Logic. If your good in math, most likely you will be good in programming. Math is all about logic, and so is programming.
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    Another question, is C/C++ mainly +,-,x and *?
    Is there any algeba involved?

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    not unless you want/need to use it...
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    Is the C++ tutorial on this site the best to learn from?. or are there other/better ones?

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    im not sure i already knew the basics when i came here so, but i did look at them and they looked pretty good to me...
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    yeah, it's just that the basics is generally the hardest part to grasp.

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    tell me about it, took me forever... just hang in there you'll get it eventually.
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    Is there a site witha tutorial that explains the basics more clearly?
    The one that this site seems to just jump straight into it thinking that you have prior knowledge of C++.

    Well, is there any other sites?/tutorials?

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    i don't know any links off-hand so the best i can tell ya is to search www.google.com for C/C++ tutorials...

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    In the links or books section of this site, there should be a link to Teach yourself C++ in 21 days

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    Yeah, thanks, I found a few turtorials at www.google.com


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    Oh, also, would it be better to just buy a good book? or continue learning off the www tutorials?

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    well, I learned the basics from a book and then when I went to learn the *harder* stuff (even though its not very hard), I came to this board. Its much better becuase its easier (for me, anyway) to learn from a person, then a massive clump of text.

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    Yeah, I noticed its easier, your post was quite long, interesting though.

    hey your an aussie?....good work :-)

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    Oh, is MS Visual Basic like a "super" compiler or something?
    Or just a different version of C/C++?
    I heard it's like $600 - $700


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