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I want to learn Visual Studio, and more specifically, Visual C++ (and BASIC). Many many years ago I played with BASIC on a Texas Instruments TI-994A home computer, and created some very simple games of my own, based partly on example source codes that I got from magazines I read at the time.
A lot has changed since then, but I'd like to find a few sites with really simple basic source codes that I can play with, tweak, and learn from.
Also, is there any book you'd recommend over Ivar Horton's book?
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Has homework, tutorials etc.
Not designed for learning at home. Still has information and will show you what a first semester C++ at the university level teaches.
Does have homework and assignments etc. plus the needed resources to go with them.
Only information not on site is the final answers and the grades as they are on the ASU class site itself. All else is here.