I personally really enjoy C++, I can't quite place why, but I feel the most comfortable.
Before the class, I went though Head Start C#, some beginning console based Python, and XNA tuts. Small things, kept myself busy.
I want to realign my self a little bit. I'm going to a university (either FAU or UF) next fall, and while both schools only require my intro class for transferring, I wanna be ahead of the curve.
The issue? I can't find a solid "Intermediate C++" site or book. I've found a bunch of console based ones, but they don't go past basic arrays. Anything I find ahead of that is TOO far ahead, and I simply don't under stand.
I've made a bunch of C# Windows Form stuff, I get the idea of classes and what not on a simple level, but I haven't encountered that at all in C++.
Syntax wise, I'm not sure at all how to go about it, so any suggestions would be great! Even old text books they remember using in school, I have no problem throwing some clams if it's a usefull resource.
Edited by Confirm4Crit, 22 January 2013 - 11:39 PM.