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Hi,
I know c and c++.But i don't know how to do or start a project in that. No one is here to help me and no projects....
So can you please tell me from where do I get the open source project (from net) and the proper help....
Thanks.
 
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As for finding open source projects, there are loads.
Have you tried a search engine for "open source" or "C++ source"? Off the top of my head, you could look at www.sourceforge.net www.asynchrony.com www.apache.org The internet is awash with open source projects !
 
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