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comment How to become an expert in C++
@david, cntd: With that being said, I would suggest any editor! gedit, sublime, nano! and use make, cmake or pure command line for building the project. If you are already feeling comfortable with aforementioned parameters, then I would actually suggest some IDEs. Netbeans, qt-creator, emacs, etc.
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comment How to become an expert in C++
@david, maybe that word automated was a bit misleading. My point was regarding cases like how linker works or how do you include a new header file to a project and etc. When on msvs, you add a new include directory and it's done. A new user would find it convenient but may not realize what is happening on the background. Instead, if our user tries out with make or cmake sees where these files are coming from, how he/she should compile the code, how to provide link libraries and/or what are compiler flags for that matter.
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comment Is there a programming language where 1/6 behaves the same as 1.0/6.0?
Thanks. Any other programming languages do you have in you mind? Basic family maybe?
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