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Xagon

Links to free tutorials and books for beginners:)

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Hello Well guys i've just started learning C++ just like you :D I hope that you find these links usefull: 1- General http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/indexe.html this site offers free books in PDF format. http://www.freetechbooks.com/ A nice online librarry offers free books and its viewable online. http://www.bestebooksworld.com/ Same as the last one. http://www.programmersheaven.com/ Links and tutorials about every programming language.(NEW) http://www.developers.net/all_content/Focus/C++ Tutorials, downloads and articals about C/C++ and other languages (requires registration).(NEW) 2- C and C++ http://www.cprogramming.com/Great tutorials about C and C++. http://www.bestebooksworld.com/showeBook.asp?link=1215 Great book about C++ assuming that you have no computing experience at all. http://www.cyberdiem.com/vin/learn.html A list of a few C and C++ language tutorials. http://www.bloodshed.net/dev/index.htmlA full-featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the C/C++ programming language. http://www.thinkbrown.com/programming/object_oriented_c++_tutorial.pdf A book about Object-Oriented Programming using C++ (PDF).(NEW) http://www.mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html Downloadable versions of thinking in C++ volume 1 & 2.(NEW) 3- OpenGL, D3D http://members.net-tech.com.au/alaneb/opengl_links.html Huge OpenGL tutorials, win32, and ODE physics. [Edited by - Xagon on June 24, 2005 3:13:38 PM]

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You should edit your post so your link linkes to the site you are showing [wink] Here's the new line, you just need to replace the # with your real link. Otherwise you have a link that links to current page the user is viewing this on.

<small>[b]<a href="http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/indexe.html">http://www.digilife.be/quickreferences/indexe.html</a></small>[/b]

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Thanks drew again, and what do you think about Dev-C++ should i use it
or better get visual C++ 6 or .NET?

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Xagon if you have the money to put on VC++ then i would buy it. I have never used DevC++ but it seems to be popular so it cant be that bad to use just to atleast get started...

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Thank you RanBlade for the advice :)

lol i have another question, do you suggest any thing else rather than Dev-C++?

thanks

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Hey guys anyone knows some good tutorials for C#, beginner level.

thanks

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