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    Question [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    is there a book for programmers of carbide c++? thank you.

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    Re: Carbide c++ book

    There are Non At this moment. But your can refer to Carbide.c++ ScreenCasts in Wiki and Forum Nokia that will help you get started.

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Are you interested in books about the Carbide.c++ IDE or about the Symbian C++ programming langugae and the S60 platform?
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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Carbide is IDE and generally carbide C++ means symbian OS C++. goggle "symbian os c++" you will get lots of stuff.

    also check this link.
    http://developer.symbian.com/main/do...oks/developer/

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Quote Originally Posted by ltomuta View Post
    Are you interested in books about the Carbide.c++ IDE or about the Symbian C++ programming langugae and the S60 platform?
    - uhm i'm interested on carbide c++ IDE.

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Great. Then type it in as "Carbide.c++" to avoid confusion
    I am not aware of any book but the IDE has an excellent Help (take that as an eBook) and the video tutorials are great too (see sticky thread on this forum)
    Last edited by ltomuta; 2009-04-08 at 15:25. Reason: The usual typos ;(
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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Maybe you can mention about specific difficulties you are having with Carbide.c++ documentation, besides not being available in an "easily" printable version.

    Since Carbide.c++ is based on Eclipse, depending on the difficulties you have, an Eclipse book could be a start. But, in my opinion, Carbide.c++ is better that the Eclipse one.
    Last edited by ltomuta; 2009-04-08 at 14:25. Reason: "Carbide.c++" and "Carbide C++" are two different things.
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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Quote Originally Posted by ltomuta View Post
    Great. Then type it in as "Carbide.c++" to avoid confusion
    I am not aware of any book but the IDE has an excellent Help (take that as an eBook) and the video totorials are great too (see sticky thread on this forum)
    - thanks for the info

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Quote Originally Posted by juannoguera View Post
    Maybe you can mention about specific difficulties you are having with Carbide.c++ documentation, besides not being available in an "easily" printable version.

    Since Carbide.c++ is based on Eclipse, depending on the difficulties you have, an Eclipse book could be a start. But, in my opinion, Carbide.c++ is better that the Eclipse one.
    - i'm having difficulties in programming, i mean in using carbide, i'm confused with the syntax.

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Even if you use visual studio the syntax will be the same, because carbide is just IDE and you need to learn Symbian OS C++ for syntax & programming. I suggest you to learn basic fundamental of symbian os c++.

    Book show in following links are good for bigginers.
    http://developer.symbian.com/main/do...oks/developer/

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    Re: [moved] Carbide.c++ book

    Quote Originally Posted by maria_clara0214 View Post
    - i'm having difficulties in programming, i mean in using carbide, i'm confused with the syntax.
    Carbide.C++ is not related any syntax. The Syntax you are talking about is Symbian.C++ Syntax. Sop try reading basics of Symbian.C++

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