Name: [10391] pedro_orange
Member: 69 months
Authored: 2 videos
Description: I have been programming for over 15 years in a number of languages ranging from C to Visual Basic and a little bit of Assembler. Although I mainly develop on Windows systems, I have been a keen user of Linux at home for over 10 years. ...

An Introduction to C++ on Linux with Hello World [ID:341]

a series of video-tutorials by pedro_orange

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1. An Introduction to C++ on Linux with Hello World

A simple C++ Hello World application showing you how to write and compile c++ on Ubuntu linux. No sound accompanies this video. A tester video to see if the demand is there. Intention would be to redo this with sound, along with adding additional instructional videos showing more complex operations.

2. An introduction to C++ strings and const on Linux

Simple uses of STL strings and const variables. Still sticking to how to write and compile on Linux

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