On 26 d?c, 06:42, Erik Wikstr?m <Erik-wikst...@telia.com> wrote:
On 2007-12-26 04:15, fl wrote:
I am learning C++ from the following C++ website, which has some very
good small examples. For the second Fraction example, which has five
A few tips if you want to learn C++:
1. While there are some websites out there which I would classify as
"not bad" there are none that I would consider "good", and they tend to
be very incomplete (not discussing important topics or only parts of
them). There are a number of good books out there, and if you search the
archives you can find a few that gets recommended often.
2. There are good compilers and there are bad compilers. MSVC++ 6 is one
of the worst, it is simply too old (almost 10 years now) and does not
support many features in C++. If you want to learn you have to get a
newer one, there are a number of gcc bases you can download, and
Microsoft's Visual C++ 2008 Express can also be downloaded for free.
Thank all of you very much. In fact, I am reading the cpp primer of
lippman now. And I have one MS .net V7.1 enen though it is not a
English version. I have downloaded the source code of that book. But I
don't know the best way to use it, i.e. How to compile it as in the
readme.txt file? It says:
To use make on a Windows operating system you invoke the command
## Windows machines
> nmake # compiles all the programs
> nmake clean # removes all the object files and stackdumps
> nmake clobber # removes executable, object and stackdump
My computer doesn't understand the nmake command. Could you tell me
something about that? Thanks again.
your compiler. Check out the groups in the microsoft.public.* hierarchy.
that and then navigate the where you have your code and run nmake.