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C++ builder 3 Pro, where to start!

C++ builder 3 Pro, where to start!

C++ builder 3 Pro, where to start!

Finding it very difficult to learn the language, any advice on how to go about learning the language. I am finding the 'learn C++ in 21 days' onerous and irrelevant!

Anyone in the same predicament, please contact.


RE: C++ builder 3 Pro, where to start!

Start with reading the programs that mostly follows with Borland 3 builder and work on from there!

Martin G Broman

DWS - Alpha Whitin Dead Wolf Society

RE: C++ builder 3 Pro, where to start!

    How much do you understand the basics of C/C++. I would start with that and then move to Builder. You can download the free Borland C++ 5 compiler to learn on. IMHO, Builder adds some complexity that is necessary for Windows but this makes it difficult to learn the basics.

James P. Cottingham

International Veneer Co., Inc.
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