temp- ROOT Tutorial: Introduction to C++

Welcome to the Monday afternoon hands-on session. We will focus today on introductory exercises about the C++ language. After the theoretical introduction you followed, you should be able to solve the exercises. Nevertheless two levels of help will be provided: a hint and a full solution. Try not to jump to the solution even if you experience some frustration. The help is organised as follow:

Here the hint is shown.

Here the solution is shown.

Some points linked to the exercises are optional and marked with a Pointing hand icon: they are useful to scrutinise inmore detail some aspects of C++. Try to solve them if you have the time.

C++ is a compiled language and in order to obtain executables the procedure would imply the usage of a compiler. We will take advantage of a powerful feature of ROOT, which allows to compile C++ code without bothering about all the complications linked to the direct usage of the compiler. Here follows a reminder about the way in which you can compile macros from within the cint interpreter.

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Topic revision: r1 - 2013-02-17 - DaniloPiparo
 
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