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== Objectives ==
 
== Objectives ==
  
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After taking this class, you should have a better understanding of the C++ programing Language and be able to write your own programs or edit the programs of others. Below you will find code tutorials and references that should help to accomplish this goal.
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Students should have a basic understanding of the following:
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== Prerequisites ==
  
A) The coding environment of thier choice.
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Prerequisites may vary from lesson to lesson but in general one needs to be able to write and compile their code.  If your not sure what you need to do that you may download {{Pkg|codeblocks|code::blocks}} from the Arch Linux repository.
B) Building and running thier code.
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== Materials ==
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These lessons will be done in Code::Blocks
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A C++ coding environment
If you use anything else that is fine but if you are brand new to C++  
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pacman -S codeblocks
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and once installed you will have what you need
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Objectives

After taking this class, you should have a better understanding of the C++ programing Language and be able to write your own programs or edit the programs of others. Below you will find code tutorials and references that should help to accomplish this goal.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites may vary from lesson to lesson but in general one needs to be able to write and compile their code. If your not sure what you need to do that you may download codeblocks from the Arch Linux repository.

Materials

A C++ coding environment