Onto C++ Programming


The most difficult and assignment-intensive class I have had so far at Denison is Intermediate Computer Science, which I took last semester. In this class, I covered a new programming language, C++, and learned how to work with the Linux Operating Systems. C++ is a much more raw / bare-boned coding language than Python, which I learned previously; thus, it takes way more effort to grasp concepts like abstraction and remember all the syntactic nuances. Continuing my tendency to reflect on academic materials I learned, this post shows some of the important concepts in C++ programming and their real-world applications.

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