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Learn C++ on your Phone

I was browsing through the Play Store today and found this cool app to learn C++. Helpful for beginners. I'm definitely sending this to my friend who is in the beginner class and has her midterm next week. Could be more extensive, but not bad for a free app. Are there any programmers out there who can recommend any other cool apps? Download the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sololearn.cplusplus
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