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Hey, i am DB4D, and i need some tutorials and crap about C++. I have pnly been doing it for a few days, and i am up to If statements (I can do them without a problem). If you could help me out that would be great. I need to kno C++ for my game making group im in. Damage Games is the name. I am doing 3d design and programming so please help. Yea bye ~DB4D~

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Well first of all let me make a joke for ya. You can go to kindergarten and learn a programming language called LOGO. isn't that what we are all looking for? I mean sure, it is complicated by saying, foward 90, backward 50, left 40, right 30. Phew! that was hard.lol. I go to cprogramming every now and then. They have quizzes for ya at the end of each 5 minute reading tutorial page. ( depends how you understand it) but now I am focusing on easier stuff. I know of a place I might recommend. http://freebyte.com they have compilers, and some more stuff. Links to them that is.

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Books > Online tutorials.

But that's just my opinion. Of course, you have to be able to afford them too.

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Well first of all let me make a joke for ya. You can go to kindergarten and learn a programming language called LOGO. isn't that what we are all looking for? I mean sure, it is complicated by saying, foward 90, backward 50, left 40, right 30. Phew! that was hard.lol. I go to cprogramming every now and then. They have quizzes for ya at the end of each 5 minute reading tutorial page. ( depends how you understand it) but now I am focusing on easier stuff. I know of a place I might recommend. http://freebyte.com they have compilers, and some more stuff. Links to them that is.


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