D (programming language)

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Programming with the D Programming Language

D is an object-oriented programming language created by Walter Bright and Andrei Alexandrescu in late 2001[1]. Originally, D was a complete re-engineering of C++, but it later evolved into its own language. D fix many of the 'shortcomings' of C++ and it includes many of C++'s feature plus some other features which do not exist in C++, like garbage collection and memory safety.

Prerequisites[edit | edit source]

Prerequisites are courses it is suggested you understand before you attempt this course. If you're having a hard time understanding the material in this course, make sure you understand these prerequisites first.

Lessons[edit | edit source]

Many of these lessons are conversion

  • Lesson 1: Variables and User Input
  • Lesson 2: Simple Math
  • Lesson 3: Conditional Statements
  • Lesson 4: Loops
  • Lesson 5: Functions and Recursion
  • Lesson 6: Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Lesson 7: Objects and Classes
  • Lesson 8: Templates
  • Phobos, the standard library

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