5 Ways You can Learn Programming Faster
Learning to program isn't something you can do in an afternoon, but it doesn't have to be a life's work, either. There are lots of things you can do to make it easier on yourself when you are learning to program. You already know about The 5 Most Common Problems New Programmers Face--And How You Can Solve Them. Now, discover how to get the most out of your learning.
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A computer application is primarily a series of files put together to compose a single entity. With previous generations of programming, you had to create text files, save them with a .c, a .cc, or a .cpp extension, link them and compile them. Many modern programming environments allow you to create the files and hand them to the compiler that would link them as a project, and then create an executable. In reality, the process has not changed, it has only been made easier and faster. Still, because the programming environments are developed by different companies, each presents its own way of creating the necessary files, compiling them, and creating an executable.
This C / C++ tutorial, divided into 40 lessons, has been designed to help the beginners learn the C / C++ programming language quickly. Most of the basic concepts of C / C++ programming like variables, data types, expressions, conditionals, repetitions structures, switch, functions, arrays, pointers, string handling, file handling and structures are explained in simple language. This C / C++ programming tutorial assumes no prior programming experience.
This tutorial is for those people who want to learn programming in C++ and do not necessarily have any previous knowledge of other programming languages. Of course any knowledge of other programming languages or any general computer skill can be useful to better understand this tutorial, although it is not essential.
C is an easy language to learn, an introductory tutorial on C programming. Starts from the very basics, this tutorial shows the commands and the syntax of C, compared to Pascal's.
The basics of C++ console programming. Free tutorials for beginners. Easy to follow console applications. A C++ Console application (text input / text output to the console window), is the easy way to learn all the fundamentals of C++ programming.
This C# Programming Language tutorial, divided into 23 easy to understand lessons, has been written specifically to help Java and C++ programmers / developers learn the basics of C# programming language quickly and without any difficulty. This tutorial assumes that you are familiar with C / C++ and / or Java programming language and can create some simple and small error free programs...
You may have already done quite a bit of console programming with C++. Although, you probably wondered how they get those nice graphical user interfaces (GUI) in windows programs that don't have a black screen. Well, these GUI programs are called Win32 API programs. Learn how to make buttons, windows, text edits, and other GUI objects in Windows 32 programming.
They use the windows 32-bit Application programming interface, which basically means interacting with Windows operating systems such as Windows XP or Vista. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use C++ with the Win32 API to make wonderful Windows Applications.
Here I will cover how you can install OpenCV on your Ubuntu system, ways that you can build C++ programs based on this Open Source Computer Vision Library, read from files or camera, do basic image processing operations, draw or write some stuff and save our work.
This is a programming topic, and some previous programming knowledge in any language will help, however I will present all the tools and commands needed to build small programs, so anyone with good logic reasoning skill may be able to build the samples and benefit from it.
Describes how to create a significantly faster enumerator for the attributes of all the files in a directory.
This lesson is examples only! Think you will specially love this one since it will bring you much knowledge in spite of small example blocks length. My recommendation is first to try and understand these executions, then try reading the task again and try solving it on your own you will learn faster in this way. On the other hand, if you're lazy but still want to learn, just read it twice or three times.