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#5130403 Needing help on how to "re-begin" on C++

Posted by on 10 February 2014 - 05:02 PM

The best way would be probably to find a fun project and start working on it.

I agree with above. NeHe's OpenGL Win32 projects may provide a good support for the books and tutorials.

#5107323 Need a good 2D graphics program

Posted by on 05 November 2013 - 07:32 PM

Good sample of 2D graphics programlesson21c++ code)

The codes and demo of above adapted to MS VS 2010/2012 in source files to:

Concentration of all The Lessons in Common Library GLSummary in MFC

#5105815 Retro wireframe vector graphics

Posted by on 30 October 2013 - 05:27 PM


I'm also very old.

And for old people the best source to start with NeHe's OpenGL Lessons( c++ codes provided).

And for the latest versions Visual C++ MS VS 2010/2012 the above adapted:Concentration of all The Lessons in Common Library GLSummary in MFC ( codes and demo in source files provided)

#5101192 Picking A letter From a Char String

Posted by on 13 October 2013 - 11:57 PM

In Visual C++ you may declare:

CString Alphabet = "ABCDEFGHIJK";


the 5th letter out of this string:

CString c5 = Alphabet.Mid(4,1);

#5099468 Guidance for my son...

Posted by on 07 October 2013 - 10:32 PM

python, flash or even Microsoft "toys" (smallbasic, kodu) could be a good point to start...



To be honest, I don't think C++ could be a good point to start for a 12yo kid.. 

In the link sugested the source codes are ready working Visulal C++ projects. Just follow a few instructions provided and 7yo child can do ( just true version of MS Visual Studio required)