James Jeffery wrote:
Evening to you all (or morning in some parts of the world).
Im learning C++ from Sams Teach Yourself C++, now many will call this
a dumb method, and the books pointless and stupid, but i have no knowledge
of any lower level languages, so i do need to be spoon fed the basics.
Im using Borland C++ compiler on XP and was wondering what compilers
there are for FreeBSD that would allow me to compile and execute some
of the examples i will practise from the book.
Also if anyone wants to recommend any other books on C++ feel free. We
are learning VB at college at the moment, i like it, but its not machine
and i dont like the whole drag and drop way of creating a program, seems
Thanks for reading
The FreeBSD Developers' Handbook could be good to check out as well:
I think it's best to start with C and then move onto C++, however I use
C for low level things with only textbased user interfaces and Java for
things that require a GUI.
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