|Disch, I really need your facepalm. Does anybody else here think that this is impossible?|
|Superdude: Well, maybe you did learn that. But I ask you this: What is RAII? Do you even know?|
No but I do think you are just being rude.
When a new programmers gets greeted with these types of replies it isn't very welcoming and is in fact quite rude , so instead of doubting others abilities and calling them out on being a "troll" with no real evidence to back up your claims you should instead just ignore the post or post advice like he was asking for.
You are actually doing very well for a few days of studying and are on the right path. There is a few minor things with you code but mostly I would say good work for picking it up so quickly.
As for what to learn next you might want to take a look at the tutorial on this site. You can either read through it (It has a lot of good information in it) or just use it as a reference for what to learn next.
Remember the simple things that you learn early on like variables, if statements, loops, ect are the building blocks for more advanced aspects of ++. So don't get ahead of yourself, take it slow and make sure you understand everything.
As for the RAII and pointers question. Yes I believe you could start learning about pointers now and that might be a good choice but personally I would recommend holding off on RAII till later after you have learned and fully understand how OOP and classes work.
|Well then, you guys apparently don't think that learning fast is plausible and realistic. I may go to another site. Thanks.|
I would like to apologize for the others and most members aren't like that. This forum usually is full of helpful people that are always willing to help. Though as a suggestion I would recommend posting any questions and code reviews like this in the beginners section where you will be greeted much more friendlier. Sometimes in the lounge people can act like asses.
Anyways best of luck with your studies.