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Am Learning C++

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1Am Learning C++ Empty Am Learning C++ on 2/23/2019, 4:07 pm

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Took me long enough to have put the commitment through to learn a programming language. I think the first step to learning as big as a language, be it spoken or coded, is understanding the core concept, starting with the basics, and uderstanding the fundamentals. From there, you understand and learn in your own way. There is no way to learn something the same way as everyone else.

Always write notes from what you learn. I have a notepad I carry around with me, and a pencil (pens can fail to write in the cold (ink freezes)). Anytime I get a thought I want to write down, well, I write it down.

I taught myself, just from thinking yesterday, that registers in assembly (low-level) for holding data is the same as variables in high level languages, like JavaScript (var), c++ (datatype you are working with, assigning name then value to hold), and Visual Basic (same as JS but dim not var).

They are known as placeholders, because they hold the place of a value to be I/O'd (input/output). This, I call Logical Comparitive Concept-based Thinking - comparing the concept through with logical thinking of another, to understand the meaning.

I hope if I continue wih the commitment I have already put through, that I can finally make the ideas I have become reality, and I will if I continue with it.

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