Okay.. now let's go check my current CC balance. This will most likely be proportionately unpleasant. Oh well.
In other news, our C++ prof gaves us the syllabus for the semester. According to it the course will barely cover what I've learned in a week about half a year ago when I picked up a C++ book on my own. Here's the outline:
- Develop basic programming skills in C++
- Understand a C++ program development environment (Visual C++)
- Use input/output statements and different data types in C++
- Understand arithmentic operators, logical operators and relational operators
- Use if, else/if and switch selection structure, while, do/while and for repetition structures to execute statements in a program repeatedly andbreak and continue program control statements.
- Create new functions and understand how to write and use functions that call themselves (Recursion)
- Understand how to use array and pointers, and to understand close relationship among pointers, arrays and strings.
- Understand basic struct definition and class definition.
Another sleepful class, eh?
Does anyone have C++ How to Program (4th Edition) by Harvey M. Deitel and Paul J. Deitel? I'll buy if you're not charging too much :)