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Andy474

Member Since 09 Mar 2009
Offline Last Active Nov 15 2014 03:43 AM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: New and Clueless

26 August 2014 - 12:37 PM

Everyone is against C++ for beginners but I began with it and I'm doing just fine.

 

Lots of games companies make their games in C++; don't be put off because people say it's not a nice beginner language. They're right - it's not, and C# is a much better language.

 

EDIT: Not at all to undermine the experiences and thoughts of others - just get tired of seeing 'DON'T YOU DARE START C++' when a majority of the industry uses it. 

 

I never said in my post i was against it as a beginner language. It was my Second (I did Java first). What i said was in Education they dont teach C++ first, they nearly always go for a simple scripting language like python and then move into OO with Java/C#.

 

OPs question is about learning C++ for school, i said i dont think they will teach him that to start off. Glass_Knife has linked tutorials.


In Topic: New and Clueless

26 August 2014 - 10:54 AM

If your starting a new course to CS, I can say with 99.99999999% certainty you will not be using C++. More likely to be Python / Java or C#.

 

I just finished 4 year CS course at University and we didn't touch C++ with a barge pole for some reason :(


In Topic: Box2D Linker Woes

30 May 2014 - 09:16 AM

Its a Win Console application "ShapeGames" (its the only project) using Vs2012, its a 64bit build.

 

 

arrrggh, thanks ... 64bit /headdesk x64


In Topic: Merging multiplayer code with single player code using a local host

28 January 2014 - 07:18 AM

isn't this how Minecraft works?


In Topic: How to develop a very basic game? I don't have any programming knowledge...

28 August 2013 - 03:15 AM

Look at Game Maker.


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