Unfortunely, I donīt believe that will be enough as far as a c++ programming can go .
I'm currently finishing my majon on Psychology, but decided that is not what I want to do for the rest of my life, and tried to learn programming.
After reading a few tutorials and creating a few programs from scratch with what I have seen, I find myself stuck now and clueless on how to keep learning. I did try doing a search on the forums about this but nothing returned.
When I was younger I liked to play with some minor languages, such as mirc scripting, and there returning the current time was a task as simple as going into the help file and searching for $time, while on c++ I'm not sure where to turn to.
I tried downloading some source codes to study, but when the first line of a simple program starts with LRESULT CALLBACK WindowFunc(HWND, UINT, WPARAM, LPARAM); you get a little intimidated
So, since I believe everyone went thru this same problem someday, I was wondering if anyone could give me advice on how to keep learning - if in fact, there is something else to be done other than downloading source code and studying them...