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Almost all of the positive reviews are written barley a day apart in broken English.
***Words of warning. I smell a fake reviews***After skim reading this book, the only thing you would have learnt is how to run a "Hello world" program and that's pretty much it.Reviews states "it's the perfect study guide", "it's made me a better programmer" and one reviewer even goes as far as stating "he loves the amazing quantity of examples and step by step instructions and would make you an expert in a few lessons" oh please stop it..Don't be fooled by the fake reviews, there is absolutely NO WAY in the world a 25 page study guide... YES 25 pages, I repeat again... 25 pages could equip anyone with the knowledge and experise to write code.So what's covered in the book you say?• A very very brief discussion on the basics and fundamentals as well as history of C++• Thorough steps in teaching you how to write a "Hello World" program, followed by an in depth breakdown on how it works. The author even teaches you to write a complicated version of the "Hello World" program.If you're destined to become a C++ programmer in writing "Hello World" programs and nothing else then this 25 page study guide is for you.There are tons of free resources out there such as video tutorials on Streaming sites and websites that will do a much better job than most of the books on . One thing you'll learn as a programmer is using search engines such as G... And Y and video tutorials are your friend. They dramatically reduces time in research compared to looking for answers in books.
Not much here. As you can see, many of the reviews here seem "choppy" and don't have that "flow" of English. Don't waste your time on this.
Although this book has been beginner friendly, I cannot really say that I can learn C ++ Programming in a day. Given the limited knowledge that I have on anything related to programming, I am a voracious reader when I come across books about it. This one grabbed my attention because it offers learning this language in just one day. And I am glad that I decided to get this book, I certainly learned a great deal here. Topics about variables, size changers, sign changers, and others were clearly discussed too. I think this book will stay with me for a long time. Until I can totally say that I know what C ++ Programming is all about.
I was taking a programming class at university, but my professor was so hard to follow along with. Then I came across this book, and I finally had a completely new way of looking at writing code. Whether your a beginner or just looking for something of a refresher, this book will be useful!
First of all, I have to say that I am really a newbie when it comes to programming. Like only 5% knowledge and I really want to learn. I am not tech genius so I can't really compare it to other resources except the internet and google. I also obviously resulted to buying a book as I can't seemed to follow the advance stuff I found in the WWW. So, in my perspective, I really like the book. I feel that it is really good for newbies like me. Probably not so much for people who are into this already as I found in other reviews. Just personally, for someone at my stage I find the book really helpful.
The 5 star "reviews" of this booklet are obviously someone salting the mine for themselves. Look at the r-occurring dates of all of them. I would not spend a penny on a book that is promoted so unfairly.