In 2010, at 47 years of age and a moment of insanity according to my wife, I enrolled in the Batchelor of Engineering Technology degree at the Wellington Institute of Technology. A part of this course was computing which included some C++ programming.
It had been a very long time since I had written any code and I had never written anything in C++. Nonetheless, I managed to dredge up some knowledge and after some research, it became reasonably easy to write the code for my assignments.
I have included these on my site to assist students with learning some of the basics. A piece of advice to students, don't just cut and paste - there is no learning in that and it wont help you with exams. All the code provided on this site is my own work.
I used the Bloodshed Dev-C++ compiler version 220.127.116.11 to compile the code. Refer to www.bloodshed.net for details.
There are lots of resources on the net to help you learn C++.
All of these programs are console based. You can click on the links below to view the code in the frame below. Alternatively, if you are having problems with the frame, you can right click on the link and save the document to your computer. The following pieces of code are available:
Learning C++ - The Code
If you cannot view the document in the frame, you can right-click on the desired link above and save the file to your computer.
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