View Full Version : This sites needs WORK.

10-07-2005, 05:27 PM
I've gotten as far as lesson 9 in the C++ made easy tutorials, and found the lessons after that written very badly. I don't understand some stuff, due to frequent mis-spellings, and many things left unexplained!

I hope someone will correct the spelling mistakes, and make these tutorials at least readable!

10-07-2005, 06:11 PM
I see nothing wrong with them.
Stop complaining.

10-07-2005, 07:04 PM
All of the material here is provided by volunteers in their spare time. If anyone wants to update and / or revise the tutorials, I’m sure the moderators would welcome your input.

Search the Net, and maybe you’ll find a “better” tutorial. Here’s another tutorial (http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/) you can try-out.

A couple of good reference sites are: cppreference.com (http://www.cppreference.com/) and dinkumware.com (https://www.dinkumware.com/refxcpp.html)

You cannot completely learn C++ from a simple tutorial. I’ve always assumed that the tutorials are meant as a starting point. After you’ve worked-through the tutorials (or some of them) you will know if you want to further-pursue C++ by taking classes, buying books, or maybe by studying everything you can find on the Net. Any good beginning C++ book will have ten times as much information and explanation as these tutorials.

The tutorials are not perfect. But if something is not clear, you can always ask for clarification on the forum. There are some really good C++ programmers here, and they are very helpful as long as you don't ask them to do your programing for you. :rolleyes:

This is complicated stuff, and you usually need more than one source of information. (I have a shelf-load of programming books. :D )

10-07-2005, 08:30 PM
Feel free to revise any tutorial and submit it to the webmaster

10-08-2005, 07:26 AM
As far as I can tell the tutorials are very readible. If you have found problems, the webmaster and I would be happy to hear them. Please e-mail or PM them to me.

And for the record, you'll note that updates (http://www.cprogramming.com/news.html) to the site have been made almost daily since the end of June.