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Dark GDK / I haven't got dsdk, and I can't even do one simple method on Java (meant to be easier than c++) but SDK is too similar to Darkbasic, queries...

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ReneGade RG
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Posted: 7th Jun 2005 22:27
I haven't got sdk, and I can't even do one simple method on Java (meant to be easier than c++) but SDK is too similar to Darkbasic. If I know DBPro, which I do, then can I get vc++ and easily get into DSDK...
And if I do, I need ALOT of help. Like I don't know why in some programming languages, you can start an Argument, like you could in Java, many of these complicated object-oriented programming languages make no sense to my non-existant brain!

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shiny
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Posted: 8th Jun 2005 03:05
You can completely ignore the object oriented portion of C++ if you choose to. Even the samples that come with the sdk don't use OOP. You might want to take a delve into c or C++ programming before you buy the dark SDK.. http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/ if things make sense then you will most likely have no problem using the SDK too. Remember the sample "create a cube" application on the dark SDK page? Well that’s no joke! It really is as simple as that. Naturally though, adapting to any language will take time and effort.

Briere
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Posted: 14th Jun 2005 10:27
i think http://www.cprogramming.com is the best site for c/c++
ReneGade RG
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Posted: 4th Jul 2005 18:48
Thanks so much! You're great help!

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SoulMan
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Posted: 12th Jul 2005 03:11
I'd recommend on taking a class. It would really help you more in the long run. I'm glad you have chosen to go with C++. Welcome to the Dark Side
SoulMan

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