This is a proper beginner's question, as you can tell from the thread's title. I have to say, working with java is so much less frustrating.
I created a managed c++ project on eclipse, and created a c++ class. Problem is I can't run any of the codes I write in it. These aren't my codes actually, they are codes from the "C++ How to Program" textbook that I'm reading and learning c++ from.
Also, with Java when I press ctrl+space bar I get tips on code tips. With C++, nothing.
For example, if I typed in Java,
String a = "Haha!";
- a list of string related methods would drop down.
I might as well be writing my codes on notepad. For a programming language this complex I would have expected there would be some way to do this rather than just having people walk around blind. To you guys, the experts, this isn't probably an issue. To me, I just feel lost. And it doesn't help that I'm in uncharted territory.
Edited 6 Years Ago by glenak: n/a