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Start To Learn Any Programming Language

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This prompt offers you the possibility to learn any kind of programming language. You will receive an indication of leaning recources based on your input and a first tutorial to create your first Hello World project.
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Prompt Details

Model
Completion - GPT-3.5 (text-davinci-003)
Token size
139 ($0.00280 / call)
Example input
Skill Level: beginner with no knowledge, Learning style: video tutorials, Programming Language: C++
Example output
Great! You've chosen C++ as the programming language to learn, and you prefer video tutorials as your learning style. As a beginner with no prior knowledge, it's a good idea to start with the basics and gradually build up your knowledge and skills. Here are some resources that you might find helpful: "Learn C++" on YouTube: This channel provides beginner-friendly and easy-to-follow video tutorials on C++ programming. They cover a wide range of topics, from the basics of C++ to more advanced topics such as object-oriented programming and data structures. Udemy Course: "C++ Beginner to Pro: Master the Fundamentals of C++ Programming" Codecademy's "Learn C++" course: This interactive course covers the basics of C++ programming, including variables, data types, loops, and functions. C++ Primer Plus: This is a well-regarded book for beginners to learn C++. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the C++ language, including its syntax, programming concepts, and standard libraries. In addition to these resources, you should also practice coding regularly to solidify your knowledge and skills. Start with simple programs, and gradually work your way up to more complex projects. Now, let's create your first "Hello World" project in C++: Install an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) like Visual Studio Code, Code::Blocks or any other IDE you prefer. Create a new project and a new file in your IDE. In the new file, type the following code: c #include <iostream> int main() { std::cout << "Hello World!" << std::endl; return 0; } Save the file with a .cpp extension (for example, hello_world.cpp). Compile and run the program. You should now see the message "Hello World!" printed on the screen. Congratulations! You have just created your first C++ program. I hope these resources help you get started on your journey to learn C++ programming. Good luck, and have fun!
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