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Hey everyone, I am very smart when it comes to computers, I am 13 years old. I am trying to find someone to help me learn to code in C++. I tried Visual Basic, but it doesn''t give me the freedom I want. Can anyone give me some good free sites, cheap(30 dollars or lower) books or can anyone help me themselves? Thanks.

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http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html <-- good place to start. Most C++ books are over 30 dollars. You might want to try Amazon.com auction site for books.

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I recommend
Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example
Andrew Koenig & Barbra Moo
its 39.99
I wish i had that book when I was learning C++ a while a go.

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I am trying to find someone to help me learn to code in C++.

I found it easier to learn it myself. I used C++ For Dummies (yes, I''m a dummy ) and then moved onto Sams Teach Yourself DirectX 7.0 in 24 Hours. To use the second book, you didn''t need to know anything besides functions, macros, integers and pointers.
Gamedev has heaps of tutorials in getting started. Check here: [url]http://www.gamedev.net/reference/start_here/[/url]

Yo Tyler, I hear your mum''s goin out with... SQUEEK!

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