Looking for a good C++ reference guide/site
Last semester i took a course in C++, learned nothing, but managed to get a B. Now i want to actually learn how to program because i'm gonna major in it, and i'm taking two more c++ programming courses next semester. Now i have to relearn (but mostly learn) the language basics. An online course would work, but i'm primarily searching for some quick and easy reference, like something that tells me what a comma operator does, how to use it, when you can and can't and should and shouldn't use one. I know exactly WHAT i have to know, my professor has a site with all the homeworks i didn't do. Now all i have to do is learn it.
Try this link. It has virtual courses and an online library of C++. Hop it helps.
Go to www.informit.com and find the Programming page and go to C++. There you should find a few resources such as articles and a free library (which is quite useful if you are starting out).
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