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I am having a difficulty when understanding and writing c++ programs .can anyone give me a solution,

thanks :cry:

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Purchase a book for beginners in c++
Take a class in beginning c++
Look in Google for tutorials about c++

Did you have a specific c++ question, or do you just want to learn?

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I recommend "C++ programming for the absolute beginner" By Dirk Henkemans, and Mark Lee, they teach you the basics of c++ through simple game pogramming and by the end of the book you will have created a working game with direct x(it is quite simple). I havent acctually got that far myself :p

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Donot start straight away with programming .... draw a blue print of the program ... and then translate it into a pseudocode ... and then map it to c++.

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If You really has a good knowledge about programming then you definitely will able to understand the program of any type easily..For this You should Try some coaching classes that provide good Education about Programming.

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You musy first purchase a C++ book for beginners and then go through the basics concepts of C++ such as input-output syntax, data type declaration and definitions, types of data types in C++ and basic C++ program structure. After having enough kknowledge of C++ basics, you must start with a simple program such as print hello or addition of 2 no.s.
Then you can start up with complex programs but before writting any code you must know about the logic of the program and then implement that logic in your code.

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Hello guys,
I am glad to here in this great community which provide a good knowedge of Programming Languages. So, i would like to share my knowledge on Programming languages.
First of all, you must focous on the basic languages which are 'C' and 'C++' then for others. Starting with C, and each program need logical thoughts and basic concept.

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