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Developer's Corner / Re: Best way to start learning C++?
« on: January 03, 2008, 03:30 PM »
Learning to code in C++ is a relatively easy task.

Learning to write great code and understanding the language, however, is quite a task :)

Exactly :)

Developer's Corner / Re: Best way to start learning C++?
« on: January 03, 2008, 01:43 AM »
I've taught C and Assembly (and C++ later) at college. Twentyfive years later, I still read books about C/C++ (libs, adv techniques etc) discovering something new every day.
So my suggestion to anyone who wants to learn C/C++ is: "Don't expect to get it in a few weeks or months".
Get a few good books and consider some seminars or practice next to an experienced C developer. Despite what you hear, learning to code in C++ (and C) is not an easy task.

I was using it years ago, when it was only available on DOS.
Although MultiEdit is still a great programmers editor, it has a serious limitation; no Unicode support.

  • EditPlus
  • Putty
  • WinRAR
  • Outlook 2007
  • Visual Studio

I've yet to find a working resource editor since Whitewaters resource kit (win 2 & 3). Reshacker did the job but died a few years ago.
Unfortunately most of the rest available editors are either limited in features, buggy or ...dead.
Nowadays I'm only using Visual Studio for resource editing. Not the lightest solution, but works with any kind of resource and supports binaries.

Oh my..
My favorite debugger, my #1 tool finally got updated ! :) For months I was wondering if OllyDbg was dead, similarly to so many other applications.

Many features still missing, it's unstable and crash every while but it's alive.

General Software Discussion / Re: What's your preferred File Manager
« on: September 27, 2007, 07:45 AM »
XYplorer for me.
It's small, fast, feature-rich and most important it comes with a lifetime license (do you hear this GPSoft?)

Found Deals and Discounts / Re: 20$ off XYplorer and lifetime license
« on: September 27, 2007, 12:28 AM »
I've got my license a few days ago!
Although not a fan of explorer replacements, I couldn't resist to XYplorer; It's a gem!

This feature is available in all editors which support regex in search (using ^ or $).

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