I am learning c++ and I am only ten years old. I read "Basics of a program" from this website and also "Variables" from this website. I am using a website called "codepad" which lets you type in c++ or c or other languages and it will give you the output. I know how to do basic stuff like make it say sentances and use variables, but I dont understand the next page. I dont understand constants. Can somebody please help by showing me an easier to understand website or book? thanks.
Well, I started learning basic programming at that age... I'm not sure what math you are learning, but at ten, I picked everything up because I had a lot of experience in Algebra. The basics of programming has all aspects of algebra: boolean, arrays, variable, constants, functions, and other basic math. I would suggest learning some of that first if you do not already know.
This is a college course level one C++ online programing class that the teacher has made available to the public. He offers examples and videos along with his lessons, and they should be pretty easy to understand.