C++ Compiler On FreeBSD
cascadingstylez at googlemail.com
Sat Oct 6 13:29:26 PDT 2007
Hi all, thanks for the fast replys, much appreciated.
Manolis: Yep, its the book by Jesse, i never believe them when they say
"in 24 hours", its a snag for them to sell the book, they just split it up
into 24 sections to make it look like its possible.
Roland: Ive been working with PHP over the past 2 years, i understand
the basics such as data types, functions, arrays, variables, objects ect,
but i want to challenge myself and learn something that will benifit me
when looking for work after uni, i've got another 4 years of learning before
i complete my software engineering degree.
Be cool to create stuff that i can use in FreeBSD, i know i have years
of learning to do but im up for it.
On 10/6/07, Roland Smith <rsmith at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 06, 2007 at 08:53:00PM +0100, James Jeffery wrote:
> > Evening to you all (or morning in some parts of the world).
> > Im learning C++ from Sams Teach Yourself C++, now many will call this
> > a dumb method, and the books pointless and stupid, but i have no
> > of any lower level languages, so i do need to be spoon fed the basics.
> I'd say that C++ isn't the easiest way to learn programming. I'd suggest
> starting with Perl, Ruby or Python.
> > Im using Borland C++ compiler on XP and was wondering what compilers
> > there are for FreeBSD that would allow me to compile and execute some
> > of the examples i will practise from the book.
> FreeBSD comes with the GNU C++ and C compilers installed. There are
> others available (Intel) or in progress (OpenWatcom).
> R.F.Smith http://www.xs4all.nl/~rsmith/
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