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I read Mr. Clark's two other books on this subject and I was not disappointed. As a novice slowly gaining more and more knowledge, I found this book to be simple to understand, even though it includes some very advanced programming features. I highly recommend his entire series, especially for those with minimal programming knowledge.
This book includes intuitive and applicable content for programmers who wish to take their skills to the next level. The author has over 20 years experience, and it shows when he breaks down basics expressions and more advanced topics. A amazing book, that I plan to hold on my phone going forward. 5 stars
I got makefiles working quite a few months ago, but my other phone broke, and I can't remember what I changed in my files to create them work. Could I pay the author $50.00 us dollars to publish a tutorial on using makefiles with c4droid? What if I still obtain an error saying that the "File cannot be copied", or that the executable is not a Position-Independent Executable. **Nevermind. I was misunderstanding the purpose of naming the executable output in the compilation settings. It's letting c4droid know which executable to run. It does not replace the '-o' flag in the makefile. **
This application is clearly the best for Android. The price is nothing compared to what it offers. I would like to see improvements in the git help in the form of an add option to be able to commit over Wi-Fi when available. But still, really deserves the five stars.
I have been able to program and run everything with success. one thing you have to hold in mind is the device you have this installed on so (for instance) if your device can only handle Opengl es 2.0, trying to use OpenGL es 3.0 methods probably isn't going to work.
Dammit this application is excellent for my needs and I had no issues whatsoever until an Android device modernize this morning. Now it just comes up with something about a pack installer then dies. I have re-installed it but same result. I'm still giving it 5 stars though. A brilliant app. I'm just hoping an modernize from either Samsung or the App's creator will fix the issue..UPDATE: 24 Hours later. Everything working again 😃 Bliss
Needs indentation guides, doesn't reset ALL projects after application restart. and the "if" in if statements are not highlighted. Makes a very ugly editor. Unless there's a zone after the if. Then it's just dark purple. Not good visibility. No zoom. Syntax highlighting is horrific. And I can't use the other one because everything just ends up slowing down and crashing. Hold it the amazing work.
I'm sure this application works amazing for most people but it's not very accessible for the blind. I can't read my code, but if that was the only issue I wouldn't mind as I have a amazing code editor. My main issue is that I can't even access the output of the program when I run it. This makes the application basically useless. If this !blem was fixed then this application would be great.
Clean interface, perfect help for C. Just a few suggestions- a shortcut above the keyboard for frequently used symbols would be really helpful, the error output window can be created much better and the ability to sync programs with Google drive would be nice. But overall it's the best C compiler for Android device that I've come across.
It's a amazing app, but it looks like it only compiles the main .cpp file and disregards the rest, meaning that If I have an implementation in a .cpp file various from my main, I need to contain the .cpp and .h file which should never be done. Is there actually a method to compile all? EDIT: Gave it 5 star as I've figured out how to it, long press Compile and see the options!
I've bought this application back in 2012; hoping it would do what I would like it to. BOY was I impressed! It delivers in so a lot of ways that it makes my complaints menial in comparison. The OP is very responsive to questions; however, the time delay is a bit of an adjustment. It may take several days for a response; but you will obtain one! However, in my experience, the documentation is rather lacking; for example how do you invoke the debugger? I'm sure it has something to do with gnu build tools (I come from a Windows platform - that's used to the [F9] Breakpoint thing) but I've not figured it out yet....?
Love this app, one of the few I paid for and overall my best purchase of any app. Unbelievable to be able to try out multicore threading on nexus 7 and in a cheap low-power way. just amazing for testing or when away from main development environment, such a joy. Just wish a golang compiler native for android device and I'm a satisfied coding puppy. But so worth more than 5*'s. Not seen or tried anything close that even compete's for what this offers. Works a charm on my Wilyfox Swift as well. Would say if I could choice just one app - this would be that application.
Would be nice if it had a custom keyboard for coding. There are this two in the play market: Programmer's Keyboard, and Hacker's Keyboard. I highly recommend one of those. Also I just couldn't search undo/redo buttons in the app, Ctrl + z works though (if your keyboard has it). Other than that the application is fantastic. It's the best method to code on the go, especially if you are on the learning stage. 5 stars!
Some wired bugs occur when I use float/double variables. Yes, exactly the same code, running perfectly on my PC but buggy using c4droid. P.S. It is just a very easy calc for calculating POW (using float variables and loop). Only about twenty lines of codes.
love the app! I'm just learning and this is the best compiler I've found for android device my only complaint is I can't search no "code completion". support with that and I'll rate 5. edit: found code completion. 5 star for sure. cash well spent :3
I love the application it is amazing in nearly every way. I'd say 5 star, but I would appreciate if the application would actually auto-complete instead of its programmed method, which is basically manual-"auto-complete". So I must give 5 stars, amazing application though.
I am 74, not a recommend age to begin learning programming. Did a lot of programming back at the time of VisualBasic 1 thru 3 and then decided there were more interesting things... I am now a SOA specialist and I have decided it is time to begin programming again, with a more modern tool and chose .Net C#. I intend to begin writing web services (soon) :).The book I am reviewing has turned out to be perfect: I now understand OOP quite clearly as implemented by C# and I love debugging step by step the code which comes with the book. It makes everything so e book makes sure every single line of code is explained. I am now adding my own comments, step by step into the code (can't rely much any more on the old neurons) and feel I am progressing quite steadily. Isn't this what a beginner's book should be about?Make sure to comment a copy of the code since for some reason, a nasty "Error CS0501 'in(string)' must declare a body because it is not marked abstract, extern, or partial" has begun appearing in the code :(Will hold updating this post.Update: Although I was aware of it, I failed to mention that the error mentioned above had nothing to do with the author's code -which presents no mistake that I am aware of - but rather came from my fiddling with the code. The error disappeared without explanation:)
If you are fresh to programming and wants to obtain your hand on it quickly, this is the book for you. No boring introductions like most books have, it lets you obtain your hands dirty right on the get-go. This book is not for those who are already know C# in and out, rather, it's for those who wish to quickly learn C# and maybe buy some other books with advance or deeper info in the future.
This book has helped me I'm going to be honest. But the book lead me to believe that we would be doing examples ALL the method through and that is not true. You do one in the beginning and the next one isn't till after you're exposed to a load of information.
What a amazing programming book. It gives you all you need to know to obtain you started in C# without getting bogged down in the weeds. If I need more info in a particular area, I do a browser find or reference a more detailed C# book (which I found difficult to follow).The examples are important. You can't learn a programming language without doing them. The gray cells work best when keying in code and discovering where you screwed up. At the beginning of the book a web page address is given to download some examples and notes. You need to register but you won't obtain junk mail.
Of course, if I am writing a review on a beginner book on C#, that suggests that I am a novice at C#, so what would I know about it? But I can tell if a book is clear, concise, well laid out, well written, accurate, etc. Compared to other books I have read in this price range and category, this is totally superior. It has an index, page numbers, amazing examples, well chosen content, and presented in reasonable order as to building of content. And the code is well laid out on the page also - not confusing to read.I even contacted Jamie, the author, who is extremely personable and actively involved in making any improvements to create this the best publication on the market.If you are going to obtain a first book on C#, I would place this at the top of the list. Until I read this book I was thinking of writing my own because of the large incompetence or indifference as to accuracy, etc. that I have found in other entry-level publications to C#. Like I said, I am a novice, but I still thought I could write a better book than others have done - until Jamie's book.Of course, you are not going to learn C# Well in One Day - perhaps if you have a photographic memory or better. So, perhaps the title is misleading. Don't allow the title throw you off though. It is a amazing publication.
Fabulous book which I am very grateful for. I am currently studying Software Development and this has been the excellent accompanying text for me to work through alongside what we are given in class. Your book has helped consolidate a lot of the OO concepts for me and, being a complete novice, it has definitely helped me to create sense of coding languages in general - after reading this book, I 'get' it.. Your writing and explanation styles are brilliant. Thank you!
I have programmed in a number of non-object languages but never a full fledged object language. (I don't count VBA which I have used for a few years.) For something at work I wanted to be able read C#. In about 8 hours of work over a 2 week period I was able to complete most of the book. The concepts, language and development environment was exceptionally well done. I could not have asked for a better book. I have recommended to several others in my company.
Well it took more than one day but that's just me. However i did lean it well. This book really helped me grasp concepts of C# and learning about object-oriented programming. Very simple to read and created understandable by Jamie Chan. I would love to see another series for next level/intermediate coding with C# by the author.