C/C++ Just some links to C++ tutorials and useful programs

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  1. Flaite

    Flaite New Member

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    I think many of these might be posted around already, just wanted to put them together for the people who wanna know how to program in c++ and haven't found good tutorials or are just too lazy to look.

    C++ tutorials:

    http://www.cplusplus.com/files/tutorial.pdf
    This tutorial is very detailed, well explained and a little long.

    C++ Game Programming
    In this page you can find tutorials for C++ and game programing, not that detailed but has good stuff.

    Beginners Games Programming
    I still haven't checked this one out but it seems to have useful stuff.

    GP: Phase 1
    Looks good but I think you need to register before watching the contents.



    Useful programs:

    Download Dev-C++ from SourceForge.net
    Here you download Dev-C++ v.4.9.9.2, use this to create programs in C++.

    Useful links:

    Browse Dev-C++ Development Packages Files on SourceForge.net
    Here you can find most DevPaks, you'll need some of these to create your program. (You can find Allegro here too, for those who are following the tutorial in C++ Game Programming)

    Extra:

    Open-Tibia.com Downloads
    Here you may find something useful, for example if you go to "Tutorials->How to compile a server" ,you might find good info, such as some devpaks you need to download, they're all in the link I posted before exept for the Boost DevPak, which you can find here http://tehsausage.com/boost-1.39.0-1sau.DevPak (Direct link to download).


    That's it for now, I may add more things later dunno, hope it's useful for somebody, if it is feel free to give some rep :thumbup:

    C ya!
     
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  2. Melzon

    Melzon New Member

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    dev++ will not updated anymore so its not that good :p

    but thanks for the tutorials i 'll try it out ^^

    i use code::blocks
    Code::Blocks
     
  3. Delirium

    Delirium OTLand veteran & ex mod Premium User

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    Thread stuck.
     
  4. yeltsing

    yeltsing Member

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    I would like to help me with a compilation of the syntax to do my warm thanks scripts! Send private msj
     
  5. Diath

    Diath DIATH

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    I agree with that user, use C::B instead of Dev-Cpp.
     
  6. zakius

    zakius Enter the Ninja!

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    whats the difference, I personally just need compiler with libs, not thing that "helps me" spamming my screen with suggestions wasting my pc resources

    for tfs I recommend npp as editor+ modified dev as compiler
     
  7. Evil Mark

    Evil Mark Well-Known Member

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    Well, this is certainly nice :)
     
  8. Diath

    Diath DIATH

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    LMAO, I'm not picking C::B because of "helping tooltips" or smth. Dev-Cpp is kinda outdated last release was 3 years ago, in case of C::B it was arround 3 months ago. It just has more features. Also I'm coding like you, doing everything in Notepad++ and using C::B only to press F9, but still I'd rather use C::B than Dev.
     
  9. Fallen

    Fallen Freelancer

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    5 years*
     
  10. Diath

    Diath DIATH

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    Even worse :p
     
  11. vpaan

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    ...Why on earth?
     
  12. Zaxuhe

    Zaxuhe C++ PHP

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    how to use codeblocks to compile tfs :p? I was not able to get it working for soem weird reason...
     
  13. mostafa

    mostafa New Member

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    nice program
     
  14. Neffz

    Neffz New Member

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    WOW, i cant understand why you haven't added "thenewboston(s)" tutorial on c++ he has alot of c++ tutorials on youtube. Everyone should go and check them out.

    -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMx_G05cqYI&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SPF541C2C1F671AEF6
    This is a playlist with 29 of his c++ videos.


    Go to TheNewBoston – Free Educational Video Tutorials on Computer Programming and More! to find all 73 c++ videos
     
  15. Samaster

    Samaster Raptorserver.ddns.net

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    Which version of C:B do I download?

    1. Binary Release OR
    2. Source Code
     
  16. Bredaase

    Bredaase Programming Newb

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    Binary Release
     
  17. Samaster

    Samaster Raptorserver.ddns.net

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    Ok thank you
     
  18. Samaster

    Samaster Raptorserver.ddns.net

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    I'm a real noob at this so I have a real noob question that needs answering..

    My PC is on Windows but Dedicated Server is on Debian 7 (Wheezy) (64 bits), so do I download a linux platform of Code Blocks or windows platform?
     
  19. Samaster

    Samaster Raptorserver.ddns.net

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    ^^ Bump
     
  20. randomgirl

    randomgirl New Member

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    Thanks very useful links
     

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