Thread: C++ Tutorials

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    C++ Tutorials

    Im not trying to be rude or anything, im thankfull for the tutorials on this site. But please someone has got to sort them out!!!! They arent good enough they miss quite a few things and do not explain properly. Specially the begginners one's.

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    like what point out what you dotn udnerstand and we will help you.

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    >they miss quite a few things
    You're expecting a few simple tutorials to cover the entire language?

    >and do not explain properly
    Unfortunately, it's impossible to explain a concept in a single way such that everyone will understand.

    If you have a problem with any of the tutorials, be specific and someone will make an attempt at fixing it.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    I know Alex spent quite a bit of time writing the beginner tutorials, and recently, he spent quite a bit more time revising them...Please, let us know if something doesn't make sense.

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