Learn C++ Programming The Easy Way. With the help of this course you can Learn how to program in C++ from a seasoned veteran and former University course instructor, part 1..
This course was created by William Sherif. It was rated 4.3 out of 5 by approx 1122 ratings. There are approx 78277 users enrolled with this course, so don’t wait to download yours now. This course also includes 2 hours on-demand video, 2 Supplemental Resources, Full lifetime access, Access on mobile and TV & Certificate of Completion.
What Will You Learn?
You will know how data is stored in computer memory, and how C++ “types” data into classes
Really understand how if/else and switch statements can be used to branch your code
Geniunely understand how loops work
Pick up and learn C++ programming from the very basics with this course. This course is a very gentle introduction to programming in C++, especially geared towards first time programmers.
C++ With An Emphasis On “Easy to Understand.”
- Setting up an IDE (Visual Studio/Xcode)
- Basic input and output
- What #include really means
- C++ Math (including an explanation of “modulus”)
- Random number generation
- Branching using if and switch
- Comparisons and inequalities
- Solved exercises
If you’re a college student, you might find there is a wide gap between your prof and yourself. When your prof explains things, it just doesn’t quite make sense. Something doesn’t sit right. This course is about filling that gap and clearing those questions in your mind. If you’re struggling to follow in your introductory programming course lectures, try this series out to supplement your learning.
Programming is that notorious college freshman subject that everyone finds extremely hard. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
In this course I explain the very basics of C++ programming. I explain core C++ concepts using slides. We also will write sample programs, and I explain every line of code used, every function called, and leave no line of code unexplained.
I developed the material in this course after several iterations of an introductory programming course. The result I now present to you is a combination of careful deliberation about how to explain a topic, and incorporating student feedback to respond to student needs.
If you’ve had trouble understanding the very basics of code before, what it all means should be very clear to you after studying this course.
When you are finished with this course, you should have a very solid foundation in C++ upon which to build other skills.
Once you understand the basics of programming and you’ve programmed for a while, it’s almost inevitable that you will catch the “programming bug”: you will not be able to stop programming!