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    Question Beginner & need some help :)


    I'am a nice guy from sweden and wanna learn c++.

    I don't know anything in c++ and i think i need some help, i wan't to serious, don't tell me to start with some other language (C# or etc) i have already try them, and i want something that is hard, and i think c++ is hard (for me), and i don't know where to start with everything, if someone out here can help me i would be happy!!

    Link some good Website's or a GOOD tutorial



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    Re: Beginner & need some help :)

    Welcome to CodeGuru and the wonderful world of c++.

    Try these websites for starters

    There are also various c++ tutorials on youtube. Just search for c++ tutorial. For example,
    Last edited by 2kaud; May 17th, 2013 at 04:08 PM.
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    Re: Beginner & need some help :)

    From one Swedish guy to another. Since you use MSVC (judging from what forum you post in) you already have one of the best debuggers installed so don't forget to use it. I can guarantee that you will love it.
    Last edited by S_M_A; May 19th, 2013 at 02:12 PM.
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