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How To Study C++ Faster And Better


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#1 jack chen

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Posted 31 August 2006 - 07:15 AM

hello every body! I want to study The c++ language ,
I hope you can give me some advices or experience that helping me study c++ better and faster.
thanks very very much! :thumbsup:


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#2 ussr1943

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Posted 31 August 2006 - 11:03 AM

i think this goes for any language (even foriegn) immerse yourself in it, get books,cds,start coding small programs that your interested in.
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Posted 31 August 2006 - 02:13 PM

The only real way to learn a programming language is to do the code. Begin by entering even the simple programmes provided by any good textbook, run these, and debug them if they don't work. As soon as you feel confident, write your own programmes (even relatively simple ones using what you have learned so far). debug, comment, and think of more elegant ways of doing the same tasks.
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