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January 2020

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#include <time.h>

clock_t begin = clock();

/* here, do your time-consuming job */

clock_t end = clock();
double time_spent = (double)(end - begin) / CLOCKS_PER_SEC;

printf("Time spend = %lf seconds\n", &time_spent)

β€” Lmao

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β€” Achually cool kids using vim or emacs ;)

β€” Only vim and plain gdb.

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β€” I have a question to ask, I'm a beginner, and I want to introduce you in this field. Turning a bit on the internet, seeing the various programming languages ​​in a very general line, I decided to start with C ++ because they said it was one of the best performing. I started studying it using Bjarne Stroustrup's book, at first no problem, but later I noticed that for a complete beginner like me, I lacked the basics. Now I would like to ask if you could help me, maybe giving a ladder where to start.

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β€” Yes start with book called balaguruswamy

β€” That cover all the basics for beginner

β€” Https://www.amazon.com/Code-Language-Computer-Hardware-Software/dp/0735611319 this