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    Online Learning Options for a 13 year old

    The course used a special version of Eclipse located here: software
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    Online Learning Options for a 13 year old

    I believe the course focuses on language independent fundamentals. Also check out the assignments, I believe quite a few of them were game related.
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    Online Learning Options for a 13 year old

    Stanford has a nice beginner friendly introductory course on programming (OpenCourseWare): Programming Methodology
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    Code::Blocks problem

    Could well be me being a tard but i have tried all of the save as options within Code::Blocks and none of them at this time save as a .cpp file :s (honestly do not know why..) tried right clicking/renameing the file as a .cpp and this is how it became a .cpp.c [/quote] Maybe you created a C project instead of C++ ?
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    Code::Blocks problem

    Do you have a compiler installed? http://wiki.codeblocks.org/index.php?title=Installing_the_latest_official_version_of_Code::Blocks_on_Windows Install steps Download the Code::Blocks 10.05 installer. [color="#FF0000"]If you know you don't have MinGW installed, [color="#FF0000"]download the package which has MinGW bundled. Run the installer, it's a standard installer for Windows; just press Next after reading each screen. [color="#000000"]If you're planning installing a compiler after you've installed Code::Blocks, read the information provided in the installer. [color="#FF0000"]If you downloaded the installer which doesn't come with MinGW, you may have to configure the compiler manually (usually Code::Blocks' auto detects the compiler).
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    WxWidgets and Code::Blocks Not Working ?

    Here's another link that may help if you decide to stick with Wx. Setup.h
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    WxWidgets and Code::Blocks Not Working ?

    Sorry about that, just try looking for the setup.h file and include the directory it is in, you may have to look around for it. I have several custom build versions and in my case they are located under build specific lib directories. The directories are named mswud, mswu, etc. depending on the build version, so your setup may differ.
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    WxWidgets and Code::Blocks Not Working ?

    Under the search directories Compiler tab also try adding the 'msw' folder from the 'lib' directory.
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    WxWidgets and Code::Blocks Not Working ?

    Project -> Build Options 1. On the left, click your project name (above the Release, Debug options) 2. Click the search directories tab. 3. On the Compiler tab, click add and browse to your wxWidgets 'include' directory. 4. On the linker tab, click add and browse to your wxWidgets 'lib' directory. 5. Click the 'Linker Settings' tab. 6. Under 'Link Libraries', click add and browse to the wx libraries you wish to link to. 7. Click OK.
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