Lecture 1 - CS213: C++ Programming Lecture #1: Introduction...

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Unformatted text preview: CS213: C++ Programming Lecture #1: Introduction Chapter 1, up through Section 1.4.4 Welcome! This course is about C++ PROGRAMMING We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:20PM-1:10PM here in Hollister 314 Course Syllabus is online Course administrivia online too! http://www.cs.cornell.edu/courses/cs213/2007fa S/U course, 2 credits Administrative stuff... What C++ Compiler to Use? XCode under Mac OS X Free with Mac OS X, available in CIT Mac Labs GCC under Linux (If Im grading your assignment, Ill be building it under GCC on my Mac) Free with Linux distributions Visual C++ under Windows This is the most non-standard of the bunch, code may not compile *exactly* as it does here in class. Visual C++ Express Edition is free Eclipse? I wouldnt use it for learning C++ right now. Brief History of C++ Successor to C Programming Language Originally just a preprocessing package that converted C++ Code to C code, then compiled (1980s). C++ compilers with IDEs a thing of the 1990s Most original C++ code was C code which took advantage of some C++ syntax Even in the 1990s when OOP started getting popular, a lot of C++ code still looked like C code....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2008 for the course CS 2024 taught by Professor Dinapoli during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Lecture 1 - CS213: C++ Programming Lecture #1: Introduction...

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