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Im nothing special, im just here for if I need help as I learn C++ :)

Currently im at college doing construction and... Well, im not really sure its for me. I can do it well, Drawing, QSing.. All of it. I just dont have any real intrest anymore.

So, as I continue my course, I decided to learn C++ on the side so I can get an idea of if a computer based course would be better for me, and if it isnt, it can still be a hobby on the side :)

As it stands, im 18, I live in England and im here for a hobby at the moment ;)

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hey, im in scotland (originally from england, not that matters though, education is still prettymuch the same) and currently doing Computing at uni.

If youve got any C++ questions you could ask me.

What i would say is firstly, learn about OOP (Object Oriented Programming) and the basic principles of programming. Use C++ as a tool to explore this (as coding is the best way to understand some seemingly very abstract ideas), not the other way around. That way you learn good habits (as c++ isnt the best example of an OOP langauge at all). also, your knowlege is more grounded in theory so can be applied to other languages as well.

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Hi, i've recently astarted a course in software engineering at university, so i'm getting to grips with C++ as the main focus is games programming :D
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