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C++ Tutorial Part 2 - The Basics of C++
C++ Tutorial Part 2 - The Basics of C++
In Part 2 of this C++ tutorial, you will start learning the basics of writing programs in C++. You will program a simple Console text input/output program, and learn the two kinds of errors (bugs) that prevents programs from running.
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C++ Tutorial Part 1 - Installing a C++ IDE / Compiler
C++ Tutorial Part 1 - Installing a C++ IDE / Compiler
You can use any Native C++ IDE/Compiler in this tutorial series, but we will use Visual C++ Express. In this tutorial, you learn how to download and install Microsoft Visual C++ Express. It is free, and easy to learn. It also offers more than enough features to learn C++ programming. You will start learning the fundamentals of C++ programming in a Console application. A Console application (text input from the keyboard, and text output to the console window), is all you need to get started in C++.
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User Input: Strings and Numbers [C]
User Input: Strings and Numbers [C]
"User Input: Strings and Numbers [C] Very early on when attempting to learn programming in C, you often do exercises that read in and print out strings and numbers."
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Working in a maximal munch
Working in a maximal munch
In computer programming, the "maximal munch" principle is the rule that as much of the input as possible should be processed when creating some construct.
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Read an Integer from the User
Read an Integer from the User
"Read an Integer from the User, Part 1 Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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Read a Line of Text from the User
Read a Line of Text from the User
"Read a Line of Text from the User Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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Read a Floating-Point Value from the User
Read a Floating-Point Value from the User
"Read a Floating-Point Value from the User, Part 1 Obtaining user input can be done in many surprisingly different ways."
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Input Text (for beginners)
Input Text (for beginners)
First we gonna further with the finaly source code of my previous tutorial
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Command Line Arguments
Command Line Arguments
This tutorial will show you how to eliminate the needs for menus and complex user interactions with your C++ programs. Using the information presented here will allow you to create much simpler input systems for your programs.
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code: to replace password with *
code: to replace password with *
This code will show you how to hide input character from the keyboard and display a "*" in its space.
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Input Text(For Beginners)
Input Text(For Beginners)
First we go back tot your final source code of my previous tutorial.
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Lesson about input and output in C++
Lesson about input and output in C++
Lesson for beginners about input and output in C++ with downloadable examples.
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Very simple C++ Calculator (version 1) tutorial
Very simple C++ Calculator (version 1) tutorial
This is a very simple C++ Calculator (version 1), it requires only a little prior knowledge: variables(int and float), input/output and if/else/else if sestatementss
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DirectInput Initialization
DirectInput Initialization
This tutorial is about DirectInput Initialization using C/C++ programming language.
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Low level Digital Audio API
Low level Digital Audio API
This tutorial teach us how to use the Low level Digital Audio API and the functions needed to open Digital Audio device for output or input
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