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Need c++ Help *Im New*

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I was wondering if anyone knows of any good tutorials that are helpful. I don't have any money right know and any website or etcetera would be helpful. Im new and trying to learn c++. I want to become a programmer hopfully a game programmer. I am only 15 so something not to confuseing would be of help. Thx..

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As has been said time and time again on these boards:
first learn to program then learn c++
But if you want to ignore this advice this is the best book I've come across for learning c++ for someone new
http://www.gamedev.net/columns/books/bookdetails.asp?productid=379

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www.gametutorials.com
nehe.gamedev.net

and read this too (many times):
http://www.lupinegames.com/articles/path_to_dev.html

and search "C++ tutorials" on Google!!!! Google is your friend! :)

Oh, and before you start another post about where to get a free compiler :rolleyes:, check out Dev-C++ at www.bloodshed.net, the console VC++.Net compiler or get a learner's edition of VC++ (cheaper)! :)

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www.cprogramming.com has some good beginners tutorials.

Theres also an online version of Thinking in C++ - a great book which takes you through the basics right up to some advanced topics:

http://www.tigernt.com/onlineDoc/ticpp2/

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I got on the ball quick with cplusplus.com's tutorials. I'm following it pretty smoothly. But I need to brush up on classes, since more complex programs use an object-oriented design. I gotta start writing programs that take good advantage of that.

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yeah right crono. MSDN is the official worst place to start when your just beginning. i tried that one time, and it totally fried my brain, and i havent been back since

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