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Okay so I want other opinions. So I've been studying for C++ competition and I don't know how to keep learning the language.. for python I just kept finding projects to do or picked a module to learn. But with C++ I was gonna work on the <random> and <string> libraries but after that I have no clue :/

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    Welcome to C++ where the crazy shit is home 😅😁

    Ps.: Sorry, that I have no useful advice 😅
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    @DataSec it's okay, is there anything I should focus on more than others?
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    just make an operating system lol
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    @calmyourtities you say that so casually xD
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    @Bubbles wiki.osdev.org, littleosbook.github.io, operating systems from 0 to 1
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    @Bubbles I am probably not very good at giving advice in this case. But what helped me quite a lot was starting with OpenGL. Reading tutorials I learned a lot about C++ by looking up stuff I didn't understand. Other things you could start with are crawlers, http servers and clients or something similar, that thought me a lot. Something else really useful is to start implementing well-known algorithms on your own 😊 Not matter if they sort, search or anything else :D
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    @DataSec thank you a lot Ill try!
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    @calmyourtities thank you I'll be sure to check it out 😀
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    @Bubbles https://learnopengl.com/ <- Best tutorial for OpenGL 😁
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    I made an operating system, though only in C and assembly. It's great fun, you will almost definitely need to learn assembly for it as well!
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    @Wozza365 assembly helps you with c++ too, how the memory works and stuff
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    Try making a Lisp programming language interpreter. It is pretty straightforward in C++
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    @QCat That's actually a really nice idea. You could even create your own small interpreted language 😊
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