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I just started learning C++


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Tataulus

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Yha, just, say whatever.. (tips, wishes of luck etc.)
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Get Dev-Cpp on http://www.bloodshed.net, one of the best freewares for programming in C (and C++) under the sun. And - wish you good luck! :tazz:

Edited by Hai Mac, 11 February 2006 - 05:45 AM.

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Tataulus

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Heh, thanks, I already have that.
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http://www.cpp.com


the ultimate resource for c++

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http://www.cpp.com
the ultimate resource for c++

:tazz:

Like said in another thread, correct address should be cplusplus.com, and not cpp...

BTW, Dev-Cpp is replaced by a new full-featured free IDE which is Code::Blocks.
This editor has a full compatibility with Dev-Cpp (one of the main developper comes from DevCpp's staff)
The advantages of Code::Blocks are :
* Built with wxWidgets, a great library that allows you to develop once for multiple platforms.
* Developped in C++ (DevCpp was a Delphi program !)
* Open Source !!!
* and many more, that I invite you to discover there : http://www.codeblocks.org/

This one is really :)

Edited by Krizniak, 17 February 2006 - 05:02 AM.

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