Like many people here, I started my programming experience with the good ol' green screen BASIC that you get when you booted an Apple II without a disk. I taught myself C++ in my teens, and even took a class on it in college, but as soon as I discovered .NET and C#, I dropped C++ like a bad habit. Now, (many) years later, I'm interested in getting back into C++ development - thank the iPhone for that - and I have to admit, I feel a little daunted. Having to deal with pointers, ATL, macros, etc. seems a bit overwhelming at times when you've been in managed .NET land for a long time.
What are some good resources or weekend type projects I could do to ease me back into C++? I'm not interested in debating the relative merits between platforms, stacks, but I would be interested in hearing about objective comparisons between different development platforms, although keep in mind I'm a Windows guy.
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Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems this will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. how do i store audio files in sqlite3 database and play them in iphone?Although mathematics will guidance you arrive at elegant and efficient methods, the use of a computer and programming skills will be required to solve most problems.. Which block of code is 'better'?
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It's fun, you must show people and it's kept me busy for the last 3 months.. I'm around release my first app..