You’ve picked your Linux Mint desktop version and you’ve played around in the Live Environment. Now it’s time to get Mint onto your PC as a permanent replacement for Windows. Thankfully the process is extremely easy.
There are many pitfalls the C++ developer can encounter, especially as this is a more complex and often unforgiving language to master. Beginners need to take C++ a step at a time and digest what they’ve learned before moving on. Admittedly it’s not just C++ beginners that make the kinds of errors we outline on these pages, even hardened coders are prone to the odd mishap here and there. Here are some common issues to try and avoid. 1. Undeclared Identifiers A common C++ mistake, and to be honest a common mistake with most programming languages, is when you try...
Windows users have a wealth of choice when it comes to programming in C++. There are loads of IDEs and compilers available, including Visual Studio from Microsoft. However, in our opinion, the best C++ IDE to begin with is Code::Blocks
Python is a relatively easy language to get started in where there’s plenty of room for the beginner to find their programming feet. However, as with any other programming language, it can be easy to make common mistakes that’ll stop your code from running.
Trying to include definitions for every programming language would require many more pages than we have here. However, we have created a list of some of the most common terms you will encounter as you get started on your coding journey.