Hello everyone. If you want to learn C++ programming or you want to improve your skills, then perhaps 2023 is a good year to start learning C++. Every week we have a round-up of recent interesting posts on C++ and C topics from the LearnCPlusPlus website including very simple examples that can be created in any C++ Code Editor and built with a C++ compiler.
In the coming next weeks, we plan to focus on some more in-depth C++ and C programming topics accompanied by longer examples. We will still try to answer all beginner-level questions so please ask in the comments section below if you would like to see us cover any specific C++ subjects.
We want to post a mix of beginner-level posts for those just starting out on the path to becoming proficient in the C++ and C languages. Along with that we also want to create some articles for software developers who are more experienced, covering new techniques, features, and ideas – either way, if you have a specific language feature or technique you’d like us to cover, why not get in touch in the comments below?
Did you know where to learn to develop C and C++ apps?
At LearnCPlusPlus.org, we have new introduction-level posts that may help and motivate you to start with developing small games, maybe your friends and family, or your students to develop amazing games on Windows, Linux, iOS, or on IoT systems in 2023.
In our round-up post today we have 5 more introduction-level posts on how to develop C and C++ apps with a free or professional C++ IDE and Compiler. In another post, we teach how to use integer numbers in C and C++, along with information on their types and their ranges. In another post we discuss floating point numbers and how to use them. We also answer the question “what does C stand for in programming” because, weirdly, a lot of people seem to search for that phrase!
Here are the topics of this week,
- How To Build A C++ Program
- What Is Int In C Programming?
- What Is A Float In C Programming?
- What Is Int In C++ Programming?
- What Does C Stand For In Programming?
Before all that, let’s brief you on what is new in C++.
Learn what’s new in RAD Studio “Malawi” and 11.2 to build C and C++ apps
Embarcadero recently announced a new RAD Studio “Malawi” Premium Beta. As Marco Cantu mentioned there, to participate in the “Malawi” beta, a RAD Studio customer on Premium Update Subscription needed to provide their name and the email address associated with their product license, i.e., the EDN account used to register the product. Unfortunately, the deadline has passed now but I’m pleased to say we received a huge response.
Embarcadero previously announced the release of RAD Studio 11.2 with Delphi 11.2 and C++Builder 11.2. Some of the main new features and enhancements in RAD 11.2 have been listed in this post below:
Learn to develop C and C++ apps in 2023
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C++ Builder is the easiest and fastest C and C++ IDE for building simple or professional applications on the Windows, MacOS, iOS & Android operating systems. It is also easy for beginners to learn with its wide range of samples, tutorials, help files, and LSP support for code. RAD Studio’s C++ Builder version comes with the award-winning VCL framework for high-performance native Windows apps and the powerful FireMonkey (FMX) framework for cross-platform UIs.
There is a free C++ Builder Community Edition for students, beginners, and startups; it can be downloaded from here. For professional developers, there are Professional, Architect, or Enterprise version.