So on my last post, I asked about how to make C++ codes to work. This time I want to ask. How should I get started? Where should I get started to learn C++. Or what should I learn before I learn C++? Everything please XD. Oh and, I'm 12 XD I want to learn about everything on computers. And my dream is to take over the operating system industry and make every people like my operating system! *evil laugh* What? XD

Start out by reading the Read Me threads at the top of the c++ forum. Especially the FAQ and Books threads.

Then google for c++ tutorials. Best to buy and study books, but if you can't afford them then read tutorials.

>>And my dream is to take over the operating system industry and make every people like my operating system!
LOL. So you want to put Bill Gates out of business???

My advice would be to get an introductory level book. Then download code::blocks (an application that helps you write programs) and start working on code. Do the exercises in the book you get and try to come up with your own interesting programs. In programming you definitely learn by doing.

>And my dream is to take over the operating system industry and make every people like my operating system!
ROFLMAO! The best I've heard in a while :P

The typical beginner's thought is back again!!
Well, see you back within a couple of centuries then?

>I'm 12 XD I want to learn about everything on computers.
Good luck then!
Really learning everything about computers is just IMPOSSIBLE, same as writing your own OS (and taking over the whole OS market).
You can learn much (very much) about computers, but I know no one who does really know everything about computers.
(But maybe you'll be the exception :P)

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