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C++ is one of the most popular programming languages of all time, and for good reason. No other language offers such a versatile and powerful combination of raw computing ability with potential for abstraction. No programmer can consider themselves proficient without at least a working knowledge of C++, and because of how influential this language is, a working knowledge of C++ will apply to many other languages as well.  

This audiobook offers the best solution on the market for when you need to learn as much about C++ as quickly and efficiently as possible. Over the course of this audiobook, you’re going to learn in-depth topics like:  

  • The what and why of concepts like values and variables  
  • The object-oriented programming paradigm  
  • The functionality behind things like functions  
  • The power of control flow in programming  
  • Logic and how to apply it  
  • And much more.

So get on the path to learning this super-useful language now with the best C++ audiobook on the market.  

©2018 Zach Webber (P)2018 Zapata Publishing

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C++ is a compiled language

C++ is a compiled language. Because it’s compiled, you’re going to need what is called a compiler, which essentially translates the code that you write into machine code that the computer can understand and gives you a little file that you can run.
One thing that you’re going to need in addition to a compiler is an IDE.
You don’t necessarily have to have an IDE in order to run C++ programs. IDE stands for integrated development environment, and within an IDE, you can actually see a lot of information about the code that you’re writing in order to help you to write code which is better overall.

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You’re going to learn a whole lot about programmin

There are still many applications today where you’ll find that C++ is the language of choice because it allows you to get into the computer’s architecture and tell the computer what to do at a very primitive level while also offering a solid amount of command and expression to the programmer.

These applications are things like major game engines, things with limited hardware, or anything else where performance and precision matters above all else. C++ is also a great first programming language to learn for one simple reason: it really throws you into the fire. You’re going to learn a whole lot about programming and about what’s going on under the hood in terms of the computer.

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I highly recommend it!

This is a great follow up effort from the last book. The Intermediate book goes into more detail and gives users with some basic c++ knowledge a little more meat to their skills.
I think the course was very good and definitely worth the money. I would have added some other topics as well like vectors. Hope these will be later also available. I highly recommend it!

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The hard back version is very well made

The hard back version is very well made, the text is very clear and well written. There are lots of code examples throughout the book. The first part of the book is suitable for learning the basics of the c++ language, so a beginner could learn from this book with a little research on the side to elaborate on the topics. I would highly recommend!

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This audio-book is truly exceptional

This audio-book is truly exceptional about the subjects. The listening and understanding was very clear. I just love the sound of this audio-book and how it was listened to. Would definitely recommend it.

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C++ is very good!

C++ is very good at what it does. It’s an extremely popular language in a historical sense and even though it’s being overshadowed in modern programming applications since computers are stronger now and other languages do what C++ does with a far faster deployment time, one will find that C++ still very much has its place.

The thing that set C++ apart was that it was the first language to combine the efficiency and effectiveness of several languages that get deeper down into the hardware with the abstractness of other languages that were popping up at the time. Specifically, it combined the raw efficiency of C with the object-oriented capabilities of other languages such as Ada.

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There is so much to learn about the C++ language.

There is so much to learn about the C++ language. It is a great option that will help you get ahead, and knowledge of how this programming language is used will help make sure that you can get any task or program taken care of. Once you are ready to get started with the C++ language, make sure to read through this guidebook to help you out.

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Its more than just the audiobook

Its more than just the audiobook which has been fantastic for me. Learning at this age in my life isn't easy. Quite frankly this has been perfect. Whats more? The what and why of concepts like values and variables, The object-oriented programming paradigm, The power of control flow in programming, How to structure your C++ program, How you can fix bugs in your C++ program and how to avoid bugs and much more.

Every step allowed me to work on a skill and repeat it (if necessary) until it became more natural. All his comments, instructions and examples were spot on for me. Absolutely loved it.

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First thing’s first, let’s talk about C++

Most programming languages will handle this in one of two ways. They will either compile the code, which means that it will be translated directly into code that the computer can understand, or they will interpret the code, which means that the code will be run within a virtual machine that essentially acts as a layer between the operating system and the programmer.


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The awesome audio-book that can teach you faster

The awesome audio-book that can teach you faster and more than on your own. I would highly recommend this audio-book to anyone who wants to start their career with a good understanding of programming languages should find this audio-book.

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  • 13-07-20

First thing’s first, let’s talk about C++

First thing’s first, let’s talk about how C++ translates into language the computer can understand.
Most programming languages will handle this in one of two ways.
They will either compile the code, which means that it will be translated directly into code that the computer can understand, or they will interpret the code, which means that the code will be run within a virtual machine that essentially acts as a layer between the operating system and the programmer.

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  • 13-07-20

C++ is very good at what it does

C++ is very good at what it does. It’s an extremely popular language in a historical sense and even though it’s being overshadowed in modern programming applications since computers are stronger now and other languages do what C++ does with a far faster deployment time, one will find that C++ still very much has its place.

The thing that set C++ apart was that it was the first language to combine the efficiency and effectiveness of several languages that get deeper down into the hardware with the abstractness of other languages that were popping up at the time. Specifically, it combined the raw efficiency of C with the object-oriented capabilities of other languages such as Ada.

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  • Sarah Anderson
  • 09-07-20

I highly recommend this instructor!

I am taking this in connection with my C++ class, and it helps to see a different perspective of coding things. The concepts are all the same from my class, but listening it on audible allows me to go back and forth in case something didn't click the first time around.

Overall the instructor cares about explaining the concepts and provides great examples. I'm not sure if he provides additional courses that build on C++ but from what I've listened so far, it would be great if he created another tutorial that would go more in depth for C++ topics like pointers and classes. Providing examples that can be potentially used in the workforce! Other than that I highly recommend this instructor!

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  • Rebecca Christel
  • 15-07-20

The awesome audio-book that can teach you faster

The awesome audio-book that can teach you faster and more than on your own. I would highly recommend this audio-book to anyone who wants to start their career with a good understanding of programming languages should find this audio-book.

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Its more than just the audiobook

Its more than just the audiobook which has been fantastic for me. Learning at this age in my life isn't easy. Quite frankly this has been perfect. Whats more? The what and why of concepts like values and variables, The object-oriented programming paradigm.

The power of control flow in programming, How to structure your C++ program, How you can fix bugs in your C++ program and how to avoid bugs and much more. Every step allowed me to work on a skill and repeat it (if necessary) until it became more natural. All his comments, instructions and examples were spot on for me. Absolutely loved it.

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  • 14-07-20

Amazing

There are still many applications today where you’ll find that C++ is the language of choice because it allows you to get into the computer’s architecture and tell the computer what to do at a very primitive level while also offering a solid amount of command and expression to the programmer.

These applications are things like major game engines, things with limited hardware, or anything else where performance and precision matters above all else. C++ is also a great first programming language to learn for one simple reason: it really throws you into the fire. You’re going to learn a whole lot about programming and about what’s going on under the hood in terms of the computer.

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  • 13-07-20

This is a great language to learn

This is a great language to learn because it allows you to work on almost any kind of program or application that you want and it is really easy to learn how to use it. This guidebook will go over all the things that you need to know to get started with using the C++ language for your own needs.

There are so many great topics that you can explore when it comes to working with the C++ language. This guidebook will explore what C++ is all about, how to get it all started, how to work with your own syntax and create the first code that you might want to use, how to work with variables, loops, and arrays, and even the importance of conditional statements and operators inside your code. Once you are done with this guidebook, you will be ready to write some of your own codes!

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  • Mark Daniel
  • 16-07-20

This audio-book is truly exceptional

This audio-book is truly exceptional about the subjects. The listening and understanding was very clear. I just love the sound of this audio-book and how it was listened to. Would definitely recommend it.

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  • Jacob Patterson
  • 20-07-20

C++ is a compiled language

C++ is a compiled language. Because it’s compiled, you’re going to need what is called a compiler, which essentially translates the code that you write into machine code that the computer can understand and gives you a little file that you can run. One thing that you’re going to need in addition to a compiler is an IDE. You don’t necessarily have to have an IDE in order to run C++ programs. IDE stands for integrated development environment, and within an IDE, you can actually see a lot of information about the code that you’re writing in order to help you to write code which is better overall.

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  • 19-07-20

Very informative and knowledgeable

These applications are things like major game engines, things with limited hardware, or anything else where performance and precision matters above all else. C++ is also a great first programming language to learn for one simple reason: it really throws you into the fire. You’re going to learn a whole lot about programming and about what’s going on under the hood in terms of the computer.

There are still many applications today where you’ll find that C++ is the language of choice because it allows you to get into the computer’s architecture and tell the computer what to do at a very primitive level while also offering a solid amount of command and expression to the programmer.

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