understanding programming better?

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  1. JasonJsn02

    JasonJsn02 Registered Member

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    I'm learning on how to program using the C++ but i dont really understand the programming examples that's on the website. Does anyone know a better way of learning how to program?
     
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    Try reading a book with a title that has the phrases "C++" and "Beginner" in it.
     
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    C Primer Plus (4th edition was latest when I was reading). It's the best book according to me when it comes to C++.

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    JasonJsn02 Registered Member

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    Can u find a book online that i can read up on for free?
     
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    Can you find that exact same book online that i can read up on?
     
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    "PLZ SPOONFED ME m0ar CUZ EVEN DOE U GABE ME EXAC TITLE I DUN WANT TO DU SHIT SO PLZ PLZ PLZ BRO GiMME BOOKZ"

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    Just a small word of advice, knowledge isn't always going to be free.

    Even with the internet being such a free flow of information you will still need to invest a little into your learning.

    I mean, there's people who spend lots of money to go to school to learn how to program. Shelling out a few bucks for some good books is a small price to pay for the info IMO.
     
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    If you just search around the Amazon reviews you can find what people think are the best books, and a lot of the time I'll search for "(book name) pdf" in Google and I'll find them uploaded as a torrent somewhere.

    But they're right, in terms of the cost of a couple programming books for the value, books are pretty damn cheap.
     
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    This.

    I prefer real books when it comes to learning programming. I grasped PHP thanks to a nice book + a yellow marker and a pen for annotations. I've yet to find a way to do that as effectively with ebooks.
     
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    okay everyone thanks for the advice i'll check on amazon and see if they have any great books worth paying for.
     
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    Yea, having a book sitting in front of you while you follow along with it is indispensable IMO.

    It is def harder to follow along with ebooks in the same manner, but what I have found is that it is quite easier to do if you have dual monitors.
     
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