grepnix wrote:There is no Visual C++ on Linux. C++ yes...
If you are looking for something similar try QT Creator. It has the advantage of also being multi-platform.
Its available in the repository as qtcreator, Comes with examples and demos and webpage is:-
Gandalf the White wrote:And would you be available for occasional queries (on this subject) in the event I completely confuse myself. Don't laugh. It happens to me just walking down the street.
grepnix wrote:Gandalf the White wrote:And would you be available for occasional queries (on this subject) in the event I completely confuse myself. Don't laugh. It happens to me just walking down the street.
Sure, I'll be available. Just don't expect too much. I'm an enthusiastic beginner when it comes to programming. Confused should have been my middle name So I understand where you are coming from...
I suggest doing a search on youtube for qtcreator. Theres several video tutorials that I found useful...
homerscousin wrote:I saved this URL a while ago because it seemed to have many links and info on Linux programming. Maybe? http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialC++.html
raymerjacque wrote:Codeblocks is the Best for linux by far.
it is a very well known Windows c++ IDE that has a native linux build as well. it is used all over the world and is very powerfull, im sure if you like VC++ you will enjoy Codeblocks, and best part of all, its in the software manager and is free. or you can install it via the terminal "sudo apt-get install codeblocks" ( i think that is the correct command.
xenopeek wrote:Qt Creator is for writing applications that will use the Qt toolkit I think, which is natively used on desktop environments like KDE and Razor-Qt. Cinnamon is using the Gtk+ toolkit natively, for which you'd use Glade to design the GUI: http://glade.gnome.org/. You can still write a Qt application and use it on a Gtk+ desktop environment, and vice versa, but usually you'd prefer to use the native toolkit.
Gandalf the White wrote:By the time I'm done, I just might be a real programmer. (No offense)
I am looking for software like Visual C++
that will work in Cinnamon
to learn and program in
It should be a program where tutorials already exist.
Gandalf the White wrote:If that were the case, it would make you about 90 years of age. Am I close? If that is the case, where would you like the flowers sent, because you won't have that much time left to entertain us.
TehGhodTrole wrote:Gandalf the White wrote:If that were the case, it would make you about 90 years of age. Am I close? If that is the case, where would you like the flowers sent, because you won't have that much time left to entertain us.
You're not far off, young 'un. I'm 83, and loving every moment of it. Well, the moments I'm awa... zzzz snore zzzz
This page contains everything you need to get going...https://qt-project.org/resources/getting_started
I'll PM you with a link to some excellent Qt/C++ ebooks I'll upload for you.
Gandalf the White wrote:How is it that you can PM me, but I can't PM you?
I could not access the link in your PM. Can you zip it and email it to me as an attachment?
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