Do you have a blog? Have a place to post book reviews? If so, read on.
If you already own one of my ebooks, whether it is a computer ebook or novel, how about writing a blog review of the book or books for me? If you do and link to my site (perhaps directly to that book’s promo page), then I will give you your choice of another ebook to thank you.
If you don’t already own one of my ebooks and would like to review one or more and write a blog review on it(them) including a link to my site, I’ll send you the ebook to review at no cost to you.
Here’s a golden opportunity to add to your library of books.
I’ve now got some free sample C++ programs download of key items from a number of computer programming ebooks now available.
The data structures zip file includes key and highly useful basic classes, including the growable array, double linked list, stack, queue, and a binary tree. They are presented in full detail in the two data structures ebooks.
Plus games. Ah, games. I’ve included some key production version games from the Programming Non-graphical Games in C++ as well as the complete coding for most of them. This way, you can see the many different kinds of game engines that you can learn to program.
Also I’ve included key free sample C++ programs from the Games Programming Theory in C++ so you can see the many different aspects of realism that can easily be added into your game to make it more exciting for your players. All you need to do next is add in a fancy graphical interface which you will be able to do once you’ve been through the two MFC Programming ebooks.
I’ve included some relevant and sometimes fancy samples from the two Windows MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes) ebooks. Here is where you can learn to make good looking graphical interfaces to your applications.
So have at the free sample C++ programs. Download them and experiment with them. See what you could learn to program yourself!
Yes, I have copyrighted the the free sample C++ programs, but you are free to use them in your applications, that is, they are open source, but I would like an acknowledgement if you do so.