Do I have to remember everything like int, cout, mainstream ??
I started learning first 2 topic and there are so many words like mainstream, cout, int, return, and all of them have different uses do I have to learn them all and byheart their functions??
Hi Ayush, learning a programming language is not super simple per se. C++ is one if the more complex ones as it has many different concepts built-in and requires the programmer to manage some things you don't have to manage in other programming languages (this is not a bad thing, it gives you more control that you can use to your advantage). As with pretty much everything, you should learn the basics properly. If you don't, you will have problems understanding more advanced material.
thank you so much Stefan I an trying my best yo learn the basics I just wanted to know do I have to memorize everything at every step or by continuing the course I'll get to know everything
You should try to *understand* what it means. You don't have to memorize every detail, every sentence. Try to summarize what you learned. This will force you to think of what has been presented to you in your own terms. That's also why sometimes teachers learn about a subject by teaching, summarizing for others. :-) Also play around a little with the compiler in SoloLearn C++ and write your first programs. Maybe test something that is unclear to you in the program, as "Can I return other values than 0 in the main() function?" or "Can I have multiple return values?" etc. Nevertheless, there are already answers to these questions in this forum that you can revisit. :-)