Name: [10391] pedro_orange
Member: 73 months
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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++ strings and const on Linux [ID:953] (2/2)

in series: An Introduction to C++ on Linux with Hello World

video tutorial by pedro_orange, added 12/08

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

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Sehr schöner cast. Etwas zu leise gesprochen. Richtiges Tempo. Hat mir geholfen. Vielen Dank.


the tutorial is clear, but the volume of the sound is a bit to low.


Awesome, very good for beginners!!


just checking the videos quality and detail. really need to spruce up my classes in c++ and wanted to watch rather than read. yup getting lazy.

thanks nice site


12. anonymous Mon, 27 Jul 2009 17:19

Good tutorial.

I didn't know it was that easy in ubuntu.

On your next video could you bump up the audio level a bit?

low audio level is my only complaint.

Thanks for the tutorial.

Please do more.


11. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 09:23

nice !!


10. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 09:23

nice !!


9. anonymous Mon, 15 Jun 2009 09:23

nice !!


Thank you so much!


6. anonymous Mon, 20 Apr 2009 23:19

This is wonderfull! I am learning so much here. Thank you!


4. anonymous Thu, 26 Mar 2009 22:41

That was GREAT! I am still a bit confused but this has certainly filled in a bunch of the missing puzzle pieces for me

THANK YOU SSOOO MUCH!!!


Good to see you are using GCC (obvious choice in Ubuntu).

Your voice resembles in pitch and accent as Kyran Dale's!


really very nice! The sound is a bit low but the video is fine. As a c++er of many years it's great to see such a demonstration. You fitted a lot of important but basic stuff in and I liked the little diversions - for pedagogic purposes avoiding the std namespace is very sensible. Nice and gentle - perfect newbie fodder.


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