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C++ Crash Course

Get the Book

C++ Crash Course is currently available at No Starch Press.

Install Software

  1. Follow the instructions in Chapter 1 for setting up a development environment.
  2. Download and install CMake
  3. Download and install Boost
  4. Download and install Git

Build the Examples

Docker Repository on Quay

First, clone this repository:

git clone [email protected]:JLospinoso/ccc

Next, perform an out-of-source CMake build. For example:

cd ccc
git submodule init
git submodule update
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
cmake --build .

Your build directory should now contain requisite files for building on your current platform. On Windows, for example, you should find a

.sln
Visual Studio Solution file. On macOS/Linux, you should find a
make
file.

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