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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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Writing to a Text File
Writing to a Text File
This lesson shows you one way of writing data to a text file by using the FileStream and StreamWriter classes.
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[Detailed Guide] C++ Understanding the Basics
[Detailed Guide] C++ Understanding the Basics
C++ is a low-level programming language that is flexible and has a very specific syntax. You can do anything from displaying a simple piece of text in a console to coding high graphical games that provides entertainment for the user. Whatever the purpose may be you have to start somewhere. When I got my first C++ book I picked it up for the first time, read the first few pages and in my hopes to succeed I failed numerous time as I would put the book down and never pick it up again.
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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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Keywords less used
Keywords less used
In c, there are some keywords the usage of which is not very clearly defined (in textbooks).
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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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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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A Texture Mapping Technique
A Texture Mapping Technique
This tutorial is aimed to enhance information on texture mapping on the WWW.
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Texture Mapping
Texture Mapping
In this tutorial author developed a texture coordinates representation that is quite useful for a portal engine.
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Singleton Texture Manager
Singleton Texture Manager
Learn the basic of singleton texture manager using C/C++ programming language.
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C++/opengl --part2 : using textures and keyboard input
C++/opengl --part2 : using textures and keyboard input
OpenGL: In this tutorial we will learn how to add input from the keyboard and adding textures to our shapes.
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 Windows In C#
Windows In C#
A C# program can be written either in a text editor or in an integrated development environment (IDE). The later provides access to various other features. In this tutorial we examine the Visual Studio 2008 IDE in order to illustrate various concepts of a C# windows program.
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 Creating Emails In C#
Creating Emails In C#
E-mail is an extremely popular communication mechanism. The .Net framework has added the System.Net.Mail namespace which provides classes that enable you to easily create and transmit email messages. Messages can include plain text and attachments. In this tutorial we will talk about creating emails.
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 Console INPUT/OUTPUT
Console INPUT/OUTPUT
To read some text from the command line you use the Console.Read or Console.ReadLine method implemented in the .net framework. The difference between them is that the Console.Read method reads the next character from the command line, whereas Console.ReadLine reads the next line of characters instead of just a simple character. The Console.Read method returns an integer and should be cast to a char during the input. There is also a special function called Console.ReadKey( Boolean display) which obtains the key that is pressed on the keyboard and if the display parameter is false it depicts it.
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