Thread: A quick question(s)

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    A quick question(s)

    Just a quick question. I have so far been learning C++ for a couple weeks, with some before hand knowledge of it. I Know most of the basics, i.e. Files, structs, classes, objects,etc.

    My questions are, how qould you rate my progress, and two) what would be a challenging project for someone of my low knowledge?

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    Seven years? civix's Avatar
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    We really cant rate your progress without seeing some of your work, and you might try programming tic-tac-toe.

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    samurai warrior nextus's Avatar
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    how far of classes do you know (inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, virtual functions)? do you know about pointers (they are just darn wonderful)...i mean do you know alot about them...and if you know all that already its time on to move to a specific subject of your choice..i chose MFC :P

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    Once you've learnt all of C++'s features, go ahead and extend your knowledge to other technologies that extend C++'s power. Learn how to make a GUI and use COM. Learn XML and how to use it and how to create databases. Then go ahead and learn C++.NET to merge your C++ mastery to the new and exciting world of .NET and it's libraries.

    You might also want to take a look at Java when you're done.


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