C++: The Complete 3 Books in 1 for Beginners, Intermediate and 21 Sample Codes and Advance Crash Course Guide in C++ Programming

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Beginner

Working with the C++ program is a great learning experience. You will gain the skills to create a useful program, one that can work on phones, on websites, and so much more. When you are ready to get started with learning this great programming language, make sure to listen to this guide. 

There are so many great things you can do with this coding language. Some of the topics you will work with and that we will explore inside this guide include:

  • What C++ is and why it’s so great
  • How to create the syntax of C++
  • How to get started with your first code
  • How to create arrays and loops in C++
  • How to work with the variables
  • How to work with conditional statements

When you are ready to finally learn how to work with the C++ language, make sure to check out this guide and see all the great things you can once you learn how to use this programming language. 

Intermediate

C++ is one of the most popular programming languages of all time, and for good reason. No other language offers such a versatile and powerful combination of raw computing ability with potential for abstraction.

This audiobook offers the best solution on the market for when you need to learn as much about C++ as quickly and efficiently as possible. Over the course of this audiobook, you’re going to learn in-depth topics like:

  • The what and why of concepts like values and variables
  • The object-oriented programming paradigm
  • The functionality behind things like functions
  • The power of control flow in programming
  • Logic and how to apply it

So get on the path to learning this super useful language now with the best C++ audiobook on the market.

Advance Guide with Codings

Do you want to learn C++ programming in a way that you can easily understand every concept? Do you want to master advanced concepts of C++ language? Are you tired of reading through large C++ guides in which you end up getting lost? Well, 21 Sample Codes and Advanced Crash Course Guide in C++ Programming takes you through a stepwise journey on learning C++ programming. 

  • How to structure your C++ program
  • Detailed descriptions of C++ functions
  • Working with C++ arrays and pointers
  • Object-oriented programming in C++
  • A detailed discussion of expressions and variables in C++
  • You will understand what multithreading is and how it works in C++
  • How you can fix bugs in your C++ program and how to avoid bugs
  • And much more

If you are serious and you want to advance your career in C++ programming, this audiobook will help you advance your programming skills and master important concepts. Grab your copy today and begin to learn how you can build your project in C++ language. 

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More C++ Than Thought Possible

The truth is that programming is a state of mind, and it’s only by learning this state of mind - this approach of absolute and total logic - that you’re going to learn how best to approach this beast.

If you apply patience and your full self to this book, you’re going to come out of it with an in-depth understanding of various different things both about programming and about computers in general. The reason that this book is the best of its kind is that it prepares you not just to be a C++ programmer but to be a programmer in general and, more importantly, a thinker.

Armed with this book, you will be prepared to tackle many different problems in the programming world. You also will feel comfortable expanding upon the knowledge that you build in this book in order to work in other realms.

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Far exceeded my expectations

C++ is very good at what it does. It’s an extremely popular language in a historical sense and even though it’s being overshadowed in modern programming applications since computers are stronger now and other languages do what C++ does with a far faster deployment time, one will find that C++ still very much has its place. The thing that set C++ apart was that it was the first language to combine the efficiency and effectiveness of several languages that get deeper down into the hardware with the abstractness of other languages that were popping up at the time. Specifically, it combined the raw efficiency of C with the object-oriented capabilities of other languages such as Ada.

There are still many applications today where you’ll find that C++ is the language of choice because it allows you to get into the computer’s architecture and tell the computer what to do at a very primitive level while also offering a solid amount of command and expression to the programmer. These applications are things like major game engines, things with limited hardware, or anything else where performance and precision matters above all else.

C++ is also a great first programming language to learn for one simple reason: it really throws you into the fire. You’re going to learn a whole lot about programming and about what’s going on under the hood in terms of the computer.

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The C++ book you can't live without

First thing’s first, let’s talk about how C++ translates into language the computer can understand. Most programming languages will handle this in one of two ways. They will either compile the code, which means that it will be translated directly into code that the computer can understand, or they will interpret the code, which means that the code will be run within a virtual machine that essentially acts as a layer between the operating system and the programmer. C++ is a compiled language. Because it’s compiled, you’re going to need what is called a compiler, which essentially translates the code that you write into machine code that the computer can understand and gives you a little file that you can run. One thing that you’re going to need in addition to a compiler is an IDE. You don’t necessarily have to have an IDE in order to run C++ programs. In fact, you don’t at all; you are technically able to do everything that you’d need to do in order to run the programs from the command line. However, do note that getting an IDE will make your life a lot easier. IDE stands for integrated development environment, and within an IDE, you can actually see a lot of information about the code that you’re writing in order to help you to write code which is better overall.

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All topics nicely covered-neither to verbose

This is a great language to learn because it allows you to work on almost any kind of program or application that you want and it is really easy to learn how to use it. This guidebook will go over all the things that you need to know to get started with using the C++ language for your own needs.

There are so many great topics that you can explore when it comes to working with the C++ language. This guidebook will explore what C++ is all about, how to get it all started, how to work with your own syntax and create the first code that you might want to use, how to work with variables, loops, and arrays, and even the importance of conditional statements and operators inside your code. Once you are done with this guidebook, you will be ready to write some of your own codes!

There is so much to learn about the C++ language. It is a great option that will help you get ahead, and knowledge of how this programming language is used will help make sure that you can get any task or program taken care of. Once you are ready to get started with the C++ language, make sure to read through this guidebook to help you out.

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Finally! :)

I've enjoyed that course. I feel like now I understand C++.
What I loved about this course:
1) Lots of exercises
2) Easy to grasp new concepts
3) Fun -> Bahl (Narrator) makes sure you don't feel bored
4) 21 Sample Codes
5) And this audible is cares for all level (Beginners,Intermediate and also for Advanced)
I personally Recommended especially for beginners!

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Learn C++ and OpenGL

There are a lot of different programming languages that are available, and you may be curious as to why some programmers would rather go with C++ rather than some of the other options. First, many programmers like that C++ has a lot of speed and flexibility. This is an older language, but it is more than capable of keeping up, and it can provide you with a program or an app that you will be proud of. The C++ programming language is also great for beginners to try because once you learn the basics of how it works, you will find that it can help you with the basics of other coding languages. In addition, if you would like to learn how to use a coding language that is good for other things outside of just coding on computers, then C++ is the one that you need to learn. While it does wonders with the codes that you want to write for websites or on your computer, it does well with fulfilling other functions as well. C++ is the language that is behind the creation of many popular video games that are out right now. While this guidebook won’t go in depth so much that you can create your own video game once you are done, it is definitely something that you can learn how to do with understanding this programming language.

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Innovative approach for teaching C++

Now that we know a little bit about the C++ program, it is time to get started with our own code writing. This is an exciting activity, and you probably have a lot of ideas on what kind of code you want to write out, but let’s start with some of the basics. The first thing that you need to get started on writing your own code is an ‘environment.’ The environment is the place where you can write out the code and get it to execute various tasks for you which is why this is an important part to focus on. The good news is that there is a lot of these environments available online for you to pick from and many of them are free depending on which features you would like to go with. Once you have downloaded the C++ environment that you would like to use, we are going to start right in with your first code. Those who like to work in programming and want to have a lot of power in creating their project will find that C++ is the right option for them to choose. It offers a lot more power than all of the other programming languages you can find out there.

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I feel pretty confident

Personally I've never had a chance to learn c++ before. I took this audible with a high hope that I will learn how to program through only after by hearing voice directions. Fortunately, the course met my expectation. There are many exercises that fortfies newly acquired knowledge after almost every lecture. And not only one but lots of them. I really enjoyed the audio book as beginner. So I can easily recommend this audio book for anyone who has never programmed before and feel afraid of programming. I feel pretty confident in C++ syntax after this course :)

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A rewarding masterclass from the creator of C++.

It is very well written, concise, and very useful for the beginning, intermediate, and advanced programmer. I have taken and used many online and written C++ classes and resources. If you are serious and you want to advance your career in C++ programming, this audiobook will help you advance your programming skills and master important concepts. Grab your copy today and begin to learn how you can build your project in C++ language. I would highly recommend this purchase. Every programmer should read this book. This is also a great resource for the retired professional like me whom wants to keep the mind active!

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creative and simple explanations.

short simple and to the point, great course, great instructor - creative and simple explanations.
personally recommend to beginners and to the more experienced one's who just want to go back to the basics.
waiting for the next c++ courses ;)

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  • Beverly
  • 06-20-20

Learning c++ well

Logic is properly defined through the discipline of discrete math and it can, in fact, be seen as an extension of this discipline. For example, discrete math defines and solidifies many of the underlying concepts regarding logic.

For this reason, you can see this chapter as both an introduction to logic and an introduction to discrete mathematics. These topics are absolutely foundational and critical to a proper understanding of programming and without a thorough knowledge of them, you may be able to proceed in a general manner going forward but you’ll have a hard time doing anything practical or being able to procedurally and logically break down your thoughts.

Logic is, in an abstract way, one’s ability to use conclusions in order to come to another conclusion. All things are based on conclusions about another thing. Therefore, all logic is then based off of prior logic.

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  • Leslie Hummer
  • 06-21-20

Complete guide to c++

This is a great coding language to work with. It is one of the first coding languages that came out and as soon as you learn how to work with this one, then the easier it will be to learn some of the other coding languages that are out there. This is an easy coding language to learn, and it can be used to help out with your websites, your smartphone applications, and so much more.

This guidebook took the time to explore all the various things that you can do when it comes to working in C++. We talked about some of the basics that come with the C++ language, how to design the syntax and your first code with this programming language, how to work with variables, loops, arrays, and operators, and how to create your own decision control statements to make the code work the way that you would like. There are so many different things that you can do when it comes to the C++ language, and we will have a look at some of the basics that come with this.

When you are ready to learn a brand new coding language, and you want to pick out one of the best, make sure to check out this guidebook so you can learn how to work with the C++ coding language.

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  • Nicole Dunigan
  • 06-22-20

Revisiting C++

To computers, everything is a number. Words are numbers, phrases are numbers, and even decimal numbers - to the computer, deep down - is just a number being interpreted that way. And all of this goes even deeper; these things are held by and understood by the computer not ultimately as numbers or the numbers they represent, but then by another sequence of ones and zeroes known as binary code. Binary sequences are stored and represented via bits, which are very small pieces of information that can hold a certain correspondence of binary information.

A computer sees most kinds of information as innately distinct in one way or another, and these distinctions are based in the way that computers parse information. Therefore, even though 23, 23.00, “23”, and 23.0000000 are logically the same, the computer sees all four values as innately different in one way or another and will parse them differently.

These different types of information are what are known as types of data. The computer parses these data types in individual ways, so it’s important to know what data types correspond to what.

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  • Mary Stirling
  • 06-23-20

Nice way to re-learn coding too..

When it comes to finding a programming language that has a lot of history behind it, you can’t go wrong with C++. In fact, this is one of the first languages in the world that was used and it can help you learn how to code. Because it has been around for so long, there is a large following, and serious programmers and coders will make sure that they know at least the basics when it comes to the C++ language. As you can guess, C++ is a programming language that will help you write some of the codes and applications that you may wish to design. Like many of the popular coding languages that are available today, C++ is considered an object-oriented programming language, or an OOP. This means that this coding language revolves solely around objects, rather than actions. This makes it easier to write out the codes that you want and can prevent some of the major issues that often come up when you use other programming languages. C++ is a great coding language to learn because it was designed to have a lot of flexibility and function. It is also very quick, which makes this a great programming language to work with on many projects.

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  • Randy
  • 09-30-19

INSPIRED!

Zach Webber is a very passionate, patient, amazing, kind and knowledgeable C++ teacher. I enjoyed every minute of his course and I learned a lot.
I highly recommend it to anyone interested in learning and/or improving their C++ skills.
Thank you Zach Webber and William Bahl for your's beautiful course and these inspiring me in improving my C++ skills : )

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  • Andrew Miura
  • 06-24-20

Aspiring Programmer

There are many different reasons that you may want to learn C++. Maybe you have an upcoming college course that uses the language and you want to get a head start, or maybe you’re learning it in order to boost your career prospects and make yourself a more well-rounded employee. This is perfectly reasonable. Learning how to work with C++ can make you a far more appealing choice to employers, whether you’re working in the computer industry or in something completely unrelated. The underlying concepts that you learn in the process - if taught properly - can also set you up to have an incredible springboard for learning programming beyond C++. So, for that all, we’re going to start our discussion on C++ by just diving in. There is no better place to start said discussion than by discussing exactly what C++ is and why we need something like C++. A bit later in the chapter, we are also going to talk about how to set up your computer so that you can program in C++, so just stay tuned. We have a lot to cover! C++ is what is known as a programming language. While this seems like a simple term in and of itself, it actually carries a huge amount of history and nuance with it. Understanding the necessity of learning C++ also means understanding the necessity of C++ itself, and how it came to be.

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  • Gary Barbara
  • 06-27-20

A worthy successor

There are times when you are working on a program, and you want to make sure that it is capable of making some decisions for you even when you’re not there. This could happen when you would like the user or another programmer to put in some information, and then you want the program to respond based on the conditions that you set. You can get the program to act a certain way based on the conditions that you add to the code. The decision making capability is a great way to ensure that the program does what you would like it to do even though it is a bit more complicated, there is a ton of times when you might want to add this to your code so learning it at this point can be a great idea. There are a few different types of decision control statements that you can work with. For example, you can choose to go with one that only allows you to get one answer and call it right. There are conditional statements that will give out an answer based on the various answers that the user will put in. Or you could end up with one that gives out a list, like a menu of items and you can let the user pick from there. Let’s get into this chapter and take a look at the different types of conditional statements that you can work with and use.

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  • Natalie
  • 09-30-19

Surprised :O

Extraordinary course with superb exercises that fortifies newly acquired knowledge. I'm surprised that I could find such cheap resource with such amazing content. Thank you kindly for the course!

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  • Ruth Hudson
  • 07-02-20

100 STARS REMARKED!

One important aspect of working with C++ is working with variables. These are really significant as they ensure that all the aspects of your code will match together and that the program can bring them up whenever they are needed. When you use these variables inside of your code, you are basically saving a spot on the storage of the computer. This helps you to bring them up when the code executes. All of the variables that you will work with can be attached to different types, and then these types will determine the layout and the size of the memory that goes for that variable. It will also set up a range of values that you can store on that specific spot of the memory. You will find that naming the variable is similar to naming your identifier. You can choose to use numbers, letters, and even an underscore to name the variable. You can’t start with a number when you make a name as it must start with a letter and all the letters that you’ll use have to be case sensitive. Other than that, you can name the variable anything that you want.

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  • Rigoberto
  • 09-30-19

Get a grasp of C++!

The course gives a good introduction to the C++ thinking. The concepts are clearly explained, Zach relates them to the real world applications and makes it in a fun way. The course is well structured, with sufficient exercises to do your own.
I think that even experienced programmers have a good usage of learning the way of handling the memory, which is naturally completely different (in Python this is not the case, sadly). So these concepts were important to me, and the instructor explains them clearly.
Another positive side is that the instructorprovides 21 Sample Codes which is a good in practice. In this way, one can easily follow what is happening.
Great course, definitely recommend to anyone trying to get a grasp of C++!

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