During the course Beginning C++, we learn how to make a template in CodeLite. And templates are brilliant, as we then can re-use a setup…
I'm a little bit unsure of what this section will teach us, but I think we'll learn more about the keywords, etc. that C++ uses in a program. Operators are probably stuff like plus, equality, etc., but we'll see. It's a relatively long section with 15 lectures and several 10+ minute long videos, so let's dive in.
Let me first say that the project of getting my body into summer shape is not going the way I planned. As you will see from my body stats, it’s all bad. I know what I need to do to overcome this hurdle, but I suck at doing it. Luckily, I have some plans.
If you are using Skype for Business, possibly also standard Skype, you might appreciate the fact that it reduces the volume of other apps like Spotify etc when there's an incoming or outgoing call. A problem I have in Windows 10 is that the sound is reduced, but when the call is over the volume is not reset properly. I've found that I can go to the volume mixer and adjust the volume of the muted application, but often when I then change the overall sound volume, the apps volume is reduced again. Luckily there's a solution. While not perfect, it stops the annoyance of Skype not unmuting sound properly.
Arrays and Vectors?? I know that an array is like a collection of values. I also know that vectors are used for describing direction and speed in maths. I don't think that's the same here. Well, time to learn some new concepts of the C++ programming language.