• C++ for Beginners

  • A Step-by-Step Guide to Learn, in an Easy Way, the Fundamentals of C++ Programming Language with Practical Examples
  • By: Julian James McKinnon
  • Narrated by: Ivan Busenius
  • Length: 3 hrs and 1 min
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

Not too sure that you can learn a coding language, at all? Worried that it will be too hard or that you will pick out the wrong coding language? Put those worries aside because this guidebook will help you get it all done.

With this audiobook, you will not believe how fast and easy it is to learn how to code!

There are a lot of coding languages out there that we can choose from. All of them have their own purposes and uses, but none are going to be as powerful as working with C++ language. This book is going to take you through all of the parts that you need to know about this amazing language and how you are able to utilize it for your own needs.

There are so many benefits that we can get from learning any coding language, but C++ takes the cake. It can help us to write programs that work for many different uses, whether we want to just learn how to program or if you have a major application in mind. 

No matter your use for it, you will find that the C++ language is going to give you the strength and power to handle it, and this guidebook is going to help you get started.

Some of the topics that we are going to explore in this audiobook about C++ include:

  • A look at the history of the C++ language and how we can utilize it for our programming needs
  • An exploration of creating our first codes, whether we are professional or a beginner in C++
  • The important parts of the code and the basics of how to understand the syntax of our codes in this language
  • Reasons why the C++ variables are so important and how we can implement them into our codes
  • The loops, arrays, and pointers and how these work together to make our code behave
  • The different C++ operators and why each of them will work to add more power to our codes
  • Steps to create a code that can make decisions on its own
  • The idea of inheritances and why this unique option in OOP languages can even help you to reuse parts of the code
  • Ways for working with polymorphism and why this can make your variables and functions stronger
  • And so much more!

There are so many reasons to learn a programming language, and days of the language being too hard to learn is long gone. This audiobook has simple and easy-to-use steps to ensure that you can master any part of the C++ language that you want and some amazing codes that can help you to write your own programs.

Are you ready to learn C++? Then, scroll up and click on the "buy now" button!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2020 Julian James McKinnon (P)2020 Julian James McKinnon

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  • Ben E C
  • 08-27-21

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I'm a relative beginner in C++ but understand some of the basics. I learned virtually nothing from this book for a number of reasons. Firstly the English is absolutely terrible. Very informal for a technical book, with odd uses of plurals and articles. Feels almost like the author does not use English as their primary language. This would be forgiveable but the pace and flow with which information is delivered is awful. Complex topics are skimmed over, the basics aren't fully explained and a lot of assumptions are made on the readers knowledge. I had my trepidations with coding languages and audio books and it turns out they were right. Listening to the reader read line after line of code in the most uninitiated and robotic style is not useful or fun. The number of reviews on this book are also very suspect. They too are written in broken English and there are even duplicates under different names. Clearly someone has been boosting the rating of this book. Just avoid, it feels almost scam level of poor quality literature.