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Dark GDK / Dark GDK ?

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Mesmaroth
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Posted: 7th Apr 2012 01:52
Where do I go to learn more about how to program in DGDK with c++?
bjadams
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Posted: 7th Apr 2012 11:43 Edited at: 7th Apr 2012 11:44
Check this book:

http://tinyurl.com/bo2mpbr
bjadams
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DeadTomGC
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Posted: 12th Apr 2012 03:16
What about http://cplusplus.com/? I Don't own a single book on C++, and I don't see why anyone would need to.
Also, have a look at the documentation for the Dark GDK.
It's not perfectly correct on some commands but it is generally a good guide.


Wang Hang
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Posted: 14th Apr 2012 11:57
Gaddis's book is very good I think,even if you haven't learned C++.
WLGfx
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Posted: 15th Apr 2012 00:23
My thought's on learning Dark GDK is that you should really start learning ANSI C as it's so little to learn. C++ has way too much for the beginner to get started with. And GDK being based on DBP runs just fine using ANSI C.

Try reading these PDF's, and it also has the ANSI C cheat sheet.

C Cheat Sheets

Mental arithmetic? Me? (That's for computers) I can't subtract a fart from a plate of beans!
Warning! May contain Nuts!
Mister Fuzzy
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Posted: 15th Apr 2012 23:57
Quote: "C++ has way too much for the beginner to get started with."
Whaaat? No... I started with C++ as a "primary language" (As have many others I know) and we found it to be one of the easiest languages to learn. The only book we ever used was Sam's Teach Yourself C++ in 10 Minutes a Day, which may seem like a silly title/source, but was actually quite informative. It keeps the lessons simple, and covers only one topic at a time. Then, as the book progresses, it challenges the reader to integrate everything taught so far into one program. I'd recommend it for anyone to start with.

ALIEN(S)!!!!!!!!1!! (and sausages)

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