Anyone want to tutor me in C++? :P

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    Anyone want to tutor me in C++? :P

    Just wondering if anyone else wants to help tutor me in C++ over MSN? If you do thanks very much, and please leave your addy in a post or... message me! ^_^

    Warning: I'm a n00b at programming and have no experience, so beware what you're taking on. Ahluka made a leap, which he'll live to regret! j/k lol.

    Thanks,
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    Warning: I'm a n00b at programming and have no experience
    Duh, otherwise you wouldn't be asking that!

    Why do you need a new thread anyway? It is still pretty much the same topic.

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    Seem different to me, as this is specifically asking one question. Where as the other thread was asking many questions.. This will attract only desired audiences. Capeiche?

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    Actually, you did ask the same question (eventually)
    Looking to learn C++

    Now, when you actually get around to doing some programming as opposed to merely talking about it, feel free to post your question in open forum rather than trying to get special attention.

    Asking in the forum is better because:
    - you're likely to get a quicker initial response, your "tutor" may have better things to do, especially if you're paying $0 for the service.
    - you're likely to get a more correct response (over a period of time). If your single tutor gets it wrong, how would you ever know?
    - everyone else who has a similar problem will learn something as well.
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    Hear Hear

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    I suggest working through Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example by Andrew Koenig and Barbara E. Moo

    It is one of the "Recommended Books" listed here, and chances are many of us have it, so if you ask concerning it, we would have a copy to refer to.
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