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[C++,Java] I wanna learn....

Post by dragonxtamer596 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 2:38 am

I know as far as me being around I'm dead but I've come back wondering a few questions.
What is the best set up for c++ and or Java? The software ect
I wanna learn the basic bases of the languages like the structure.
I as well want the learn what some of the lua programming functions in c++ and java like the controls functions ect in c++
Ty and have a nice day(s).
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Re: [C++,Java] I wanna learn....

Post by Acid_Snake » Thu Oct 17, 2013 10:56 pm

if you are talking about IDEs, Eclipse is good enough for them both. As far as tutorials is concerned, just google it, there are thousands flying around.
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Post by dragonxtamer596 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 11:36 pm

Acid_Snake wrote:if you are talking about IDEs, Eclipse is good enough for them both. As far as tutorials is concerned, just google it, there are thousands flying around.
No, I'm talking about from scratch and compiling your project. Then running.

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Post by codestation » Thu Oct 17, 2013 11:41 pm

So do you want something to compile, build and deploy C++/Java code from scratch? what about cmake/gradle?
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Post by Acid_Snake » Fri Oct 18, 2013 9:43 am

dragonxtamer596 wrote:
Acid_Snake wrote:if you are talking about IDEs, Eclipse is good enough for them both. As far as tutorials is concerned, just google it, there are thousands flying around.
No, I'm talking about from scratch and compiling your project. Then running.
eclipse, and pretty much every IDE will greatly help you with that

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Post by hgoel0974 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 12:37 am

dragonxtamer596 wrote:
Acid_Snake wrote:if you are talking about IDEs, Eclipse is good enough for them both. As far as tutorials is concerned, just google it, there are thousands flying around.
No, I'm talking about from scratch and compiling your project. Then running.
why would you even want to do that when there are so many IDEs flying around?
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Post by Xian Nox » Sun Oct 27, 2013 3:22 am

hgoel0974 wrote:why would you even want to do that when there are so many IDEs flying around?
In order to learn how the process works without having an IDE hold your hand.
Tbh, starting out with gcc, makefiles and a text editor is preferable to starting out in an IDE. Using an IDE later on is a must, of course, but it won't help you learn how/what compilers do, etc.

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Post by hgoel0974 » Sun Oct 27, 2013 4:18 am

Xian Nox wrote:
hgoel0974 wrote:why would you even want to do that when there are so many IDEs flying around?
In order to learn how the process works without having an IDE hold your hand.
Tbh, starting out with gcc, makefiles and a text editor is preferable to starting out in an IDE. Using an IDE later on is a must, of course, but it won't help you learn how/what compilers do, etc.
typing in 'make' in a commandline won't help much either ;)
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Post by Xian Nox » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:06 am

hgoel0974 wrote:
Xian Nox wrote:
hgoel0974 wrote:why would you even want to do that when there are so many IDEs flying around?
In order to learn how the process works without having an IDE hold your hand.
Tbh, starting out with gcc, makefiles and a text editor is preferable to starting out in an IDE. Using an IDE later on is a must, of course, but it won't help you learn how/what compilers do, etc.
typing in 'make' in a commandline won't help much either ;)
man gcc, or man make do.

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Re: [C++,Java] I wanna learn....

Post by NeverSayDie » Sun Dec 08, 2013 1:41 am

Trying to learn C++
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