That's bloody awesome.The link you sent me is amazingly good. If everything did, you’d be out of a job." (Mosher’s Law of Software Engineering) Back to top #6 groovicus groovicus Security Colleague 9,963 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Centerville, SD Local time:01:19 The languages that you know are mostly irrelevant. Nov 30, 2008 at 12:13am UTC Bazzy (6281) I don't think you can mix languages. Source
Any company that hires you is going to figure that you have little to no experience at all in the production world. It can be done.J.Heya, Thanks for the post. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged Being proficient, really proficient in C++ is a long journey. http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/beginner/5981/
All programming books I've owned were only beginner level. Older versions of Visual Studio supported this more directly. TL:DR; Language is irrelevant. C++ and VBasic are completely different.
Basically what your languages that you will be learning in school will be doing is giving you starting point of how the syntax will be fitting together so you will not Back to top #11 CrimsonSpider CrimsonSpider Topic Starter Members 91 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:The Matrix Local time:07:19 PM Posted 06 January 2011 - 06:34 PM I concur with the consensus Game programming is not a specialty, per se. Guide the OP to the solution, but do not solve it for them.
Being proficient, really proficient in C++ is a long journey. GameFAQs Answers Boards Community Contribute Games What’s New PCHardwareConsolePCFAQsAnswersBoardMoreHomeSummaryRelease DataCollection StatsGamesFAQsReviewsImagesVideosAnswersBoardPCPC - Tech SupportPC - Hardware Discussion This is a split board - You can return to the Split List for However, you can also be an Indie and have more fun, be your own boss, and start writing games today.Just my two cents.Wow, man. The optimal situation would be for a programmer to be able to harness the power of C++ and take advantage of VB, thus allowing them to create Windows software in the
And Why with Visual Basic 1 Where Do We Start? 5 How Do You Do That Voodoo That You Do? 17 C++ 101 33 Its Not Polite to Point 67 Classes Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.BoardsPCGreat programming books Assembly Language is my next class. If you are using C++ you will use MFC or QT for the GUI, basically.
What is the difference between C, C++, Objective-C, and C#? Get More Info It will be harder to get into but it is worth it. Visual C++ is simply C++ with Windows-specific libraries added on (or something like that). Being proficient, really proficient in C++ is a long journey.
Search: Forum Beginners Visual Basic + C++? http://simplecoverage.org/visual-basic/visual-basic-fun.php This is the precise reason I didn't mention wxWidgets. Thanks, CrimsonSpider "Don’t worry if it doesn’t work right. Read the full guidelines for asking questions.
poster and know what FEMA is). All programming books I've owned were only beginner level. CrimsonSpider "Don’t worry if it doesn’t work right.
No Complete Solutions: Don't give out complete solutions. You get bonus points if you can demonstrate that you learned other things outside of whatever your curriculum is.For a real world example, my college teaches Computer Science using Java, C, I'm wondering if it's worth learning VB first and doing a few programs in VB 2008 before moving on to C++. So it's great for building a bridge between standard C++ code and managed (CLR) languages like C#.
If you wait to be told "ok, now it is time to learn ...", then you might not be very happy in a programming profession. Those tasks will be designed to get you familiar with the platform. The problem is that it looks like it will take a lot longer to learn C++. Check This Out I know what you mean about nearly giving up.
In your situation I'd certainly want to start learning on my own, build up a nice little block of experience and a nicer block of questions. FYI, C++ and C are two totally different languages, although C++ is a lot like C (since it's inspired by C), there are significant differences (especially with the new C++ standards Then go ask your questions on Stack Overflow.User Info: Masamune_DSMasamune_DS 1 year ago#3Rather than looking for books, there are a multitude of online guides for programming. So is it possible?
My niece loves RPG's and wants to make games for some AAA company (Blizzard, EA, etc.) So two years ago, for her last two years in High School, she went to permalinkembedsave[â€“]GoodLittleMine[S] 4 points5 points6 points 1 year ago(0 children)Well, that sucks. Not that I know any programming, but I was in a conversation with friends over the weekend, and they made a clear distinction between C and Visual BASIC. The week before that I went through a book called Visual Basic in Easy Steps.The only way I understood any programming or got even close was by using the VB editor
I've practiced just about everything a student should from basic variables to text files, arrays, classes, and inheritance, etc.