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  1. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    [Warning - rant ahead]

    We've come across this before regarding some other universities. Their 'professors' produce a syllabus/course notes (or even better, use someone else's) and just continue to...
  2. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    From my travels with The Doctor, I can confidently say that c++32 is considered 'modern' and that c++17 is referred to as 'that antiquated version' :)
  3. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    For English books from which to learn c++ before moving to Marc's excellent book, have at look at posts #9, #10, #11 of...
  4. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    Then it's about time they updated their course and teaching material recommendations. You are being taught c++ as it was in 1998 - not as it is now in 2018. There is a massive difference in current...
  5. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    This book was published in 2004 and uses c++98 (a very old standard). The current standard is c++17 and I would strongly suggest that you get a current c++ book that covers the c++17 standard.
  6. Thread: literal string

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    Re: literal string

    In VS2017



    char* theta ="test";


    gives an error. It now needs to be written as
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