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  • C++ Programming Series: Special Characters

    In the previous post, we talked about some really important but useless kind of things. I mean that why you really need to understand precedence and sizeof()! Well, this post is also not interesting but I believe that it is worth knowing! For example, can you please tell me how to show a double quote…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Precedence, Order and sizeof()

    In the previous post, we learned complex but still, simple looking conditions. Instead of using boolean variables for complex conditions, we can directly use them in the conditional statements. Below is an example of a ‘complex looking’ complex condition: Now, guess the output without executing it (or running it). It looks hard or complex to…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Complex Conditions

    In the previous post, the topic of ‘Using Conditional Statements’ finally, came to an end. But only now, there is something we call ‘complex’. Actually, the word, ‘complex’ means multiple. In fact, the complex is always something, multiple. A single complex object is a combination of multiple simple objects. A simple example of a complex…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Using Conditional Statements (Part 7, Last)

    In this post, we are going to learn the keyword, break. Are we not familiar with this keyword before? Yes, you got it right. We already learned it when we learned the switch-statement where we use break keyword after every case’s code. The break keyword is only used for stopping loops and ending a switch…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Using Conditional Statements (Part 6)

    In the previous posts, we learned very beautiful things of which the most beautiful is game development. We have covered if-statement, if-else statement, if-else-if-statement, switch-statement, while-statement and do-while statement but there is another very important and most frequently used conditional statement called the for-statement. It is a bit more complex but neat and short. Following…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Using Conditional Statements (Part 5)

    Argghhh! When will the topic of conditional statement get over? Well, we have to be patient while learning something. I hope that you might have done the home task of the previous post. Just keep trying to code things up and try to implement small ideas with your skill, you will see yourself learning and…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Using Conditional Statements (Part 4)

    In the last few previous posts, we learned some of the conditional statements, user input and basic arithmetic. Now, time to use some bits of all of them in one place! Just like if-statements, there is another conditional statement called as while-statement. Below is a very simple example of this: When you run this code,…

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  • Duration of Learning Programming

    Duration of Learning Programming

    This question is quite impossible to answer with guarantee. There are huge individual variations in how long it takes to pick up programming. Some people learned to program in just a month, some in half a year and others in more than 2 years! Of course, if your only task in life from this moment is to…

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  • C++ Programming Series: Basic Arithmetic

    We discussed many things till now. We discussed printing the variables, primitive types, user input and some conditional statements. What we should discuss right now is the basic arithmetic. It is very simple to do primitive calculations with primitive types. We will only work with integers here. But it will be applicable to all other…

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  • Learning Touch Typing

    I am pretty busy learning things like Touch Typing. Touch Typing is the ability to type without seeing the keyboard. With this skill, you can reach the speed of more than 100 words per minute! Typing will never be arduous for you if you are a touch typist. But it needs dedicated practice in a…

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