|To make a long story short, I have a college class next semester that deals with c++. I've known this since late July, so to get more used to programming languages before hand, I've decided to practice Ruby for a few months and then switch to c++ before the class starts at January.
Currently, I'm only using www. teamtreehouse. com to learn ruby. I decided that my deadline of learning ruby and switching to c++ will be late next month in October.
Gauging my current progress, hopefully the things I've learned in Ruby before I switch would be::
Strings, user input ,variables, numbers, arithmetic operators, methods, and control statements(if-else), collections(arrays-hashes,
loops(while into, for, iteration, . times method); classes, objects, booleans, and Ruby blocks.
What are the main things I need to look out for when switch over to c++? What are some things that I can't take for granted unlike when I was using Ruby?
Due to the detail and complexity of these programming languages, I understand if you can't list alot of things, but I would really love it if you could just a few key things listed.
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