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    How to use this software? This compiler...anyone mind telling me? New in C++, just self learning. And don't know how to start. Any tutorials that teaching me to use the compiler, do i need builder or anything else to design one simple program using C++? Any C++ guru around?

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    C++ is massive. Try buying a book or searching on google or even this site - http://msdn.microsoft.com/

    Try this for your first program :wink:

    #include <iostream.h>
    int main ()
    {
    cout << "Hello World!";
    return 0;
    }

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    Sorry for telling you that I have bought a C++ for Dummies, but I'm still in the blur case, I'd started the Dev-C++ and wrote the program you asked me to try, but nothing happen. I'm really new in C++. just a beginner approached, don't even know how to start programming using the software.
    1)Is there any flash tutorials for C++?(just wondering)
    2)Or; How to start coding using dev-C++?

    Anyway, thank you flunder, for kindly answering me the questions.:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by flunders
    C++ is massive. Try buying a book or searching on google or even this site - http://msdn.microsoft.com/
    Just do that. You won't find many that happen to know of a good guide to use to teach yourself. There are lots of good ones; Google is your friend.

    What I have been told by programmers though, is that I should learn C first. C, than C#, then Java. I suppose while learning all of those you get down all the basics from C++. Considering they're all based on C, that's not suprising.

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    :D google, yes! Is our friend. Thank you, Yawgm0th. For those who are noob just like me, don't even know how to start with a compiler, this is what my friend, google tell me here
    Hope that help... :lol:

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    A bit late, but the Sams line of book has helped me a bit. I have the 24 hours version and the 21 Day version, and it taught me most of the basics for c++. I would suggest the 21 Day version, very indepth and for the most part simple and clear. My teacher has a reference book version of the book from them, and the site has a lot of other books, almost anything related to computers.

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