Name: [14849] antiRTFM
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Description: Video tutorials about programming in the C++ programming language. ...

C++ Tutorial (7) - Absolute n00b spoonfeed [ID:1280] (7/50)

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Video tutorials about programming in the C++ programming language.

Part 7: * Variables * Integer type

Forum: http://cpptutorials.freeforums.org/

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9. luckysing Sun, 02 May 2010 22:56

By far the best tutorial I have ever learn from even though I am a graduate CS student it is good to revise on the basics thank and keep making these videos.


I really liked this concept of free education and This is an excellent work for sections I have gone through.


incredable! I want to live and breath this stuff!


6. anonymous Tue, 24 Nov 2009 09:08

Thank you! very easy to understand in this way!


5. anonymous Fri, 23 Oct 2009 21:47

thanks for taking the time to help others


4. anonymous Mon, 27 Jul 2009 22:43

Thanks you have taught me so much. The only thing my instructors do is tell us to turn to a page in the book and type. He almost never teaches us the way you do. THANKS ONCE AGAIN.


3. anonymous Mon, 27 Jul 2009 22:41

Love it, love it, love it. I appreciate the way you go through the code line by line and explain everything that is happening. Words can not express how great full we are to have FREE videos like this. You have taught me more in these couple of videos than my INSTRUCTORS have ever taught me. THANKS AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.


2. anonymous Fri, 10 Jul 2009 23:05

Having same debugg problem but all i do

is debugg twice and it works.

If you know the solution to problem, would be much

appreciated.

On other note, the video was great and c++ is

such an awsome program thanks :)


Hi antiRTFM

Great video,the way you explain C++ make it very easy to understand so keep these videos coming.

Cheers Jimmy


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