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LearnCPlusPlus.org is packed full of great articles for professionals and beginners alike. There are loads of things on new, modern C++ topics to speed up your applications and to make them look visually stunning with an updated, modern look in just a few simple steps. Today we picked up posts that focus on those learning to get to grips with the wonderful C++ language. We take a look at Debugging in C++ Builder, how to use Watch Lists, how to use Local Variables, understanding the difference between the pointers and references, understanding –> and ++> operators in C++.
If you are new to RAD Studio, we think these posts may help you as much as a rapid introduction to programming in C++ and C++IDE if you’re a beginner, all the way to the most robust, modern, and latest techniques for those more experienced with the language. For those who are perhaps wanting to expand their knowledge with the most up-to-date features, routines, and methodologies this is a great little boost (pun intended) to your C++ knowledge. The new RAD Studio 11, C++ Builder 11, Delphi 11 are released with great new features and we are developing and testing new examples for you with the latest RADS 11 that means.LearnCPlusPlus.org examples are working well with the latest C++ Builder.
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Here are today’s selections:
How can we use C++ Builder in the most modern and efficient ways?
These posts are designed to be easy to understand the modern and professional ways that we use in C++. Here are the topics,
- This Is How to Debug C++ Builder Mobile And Desktop Projects
- How To Make Use Of The Powerful Watch List in C++ Builder
- What Is The Difference Between C++ Pointers and References
- What Is The Purpose Of Local Variables In C++
- What Is The –> Or ++> Decrement/Increment Operator In C++?
What kind of C++ questions are we answering?
These are the questions that we answer in this collection:
- What is debugging?
- What is a bug in programming?
- How can I debug in C++ Builder?
- Is there an example of how to use Watches?
- How can I see Watch List Window?
- How can I add a watch to the Watch List?
- What is a reference?
- What is a pointer?
- What do
LValueReference mean in C++?
- What are the differences between a pointer and a reference variable in C++?
- What is a global variable in programming?
- What is a local variable in programming?
- How can I use local variables in C++?
- What is the difference between local and global variables?
- What does –> mean in C++?
- What does ++> mean in C++?
- What does –< mean in C++?
- What does ++< mean in C++?
- Is there a –> or ++> operator in C++?
Is C++ Builder able to answer all those C++ questions?
C++ Builder can supply all the answers to those questions above and the posts include some very simple step by step examples to show you how.
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