Two C++ Book

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Two C++ Book

Postby s42 » 2006-08-02 03:42

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Postby scap » 2006-08-06 15:42

Personally I recommend reading "C++ Primer Plus" ... F8&s=books

It explains a lot (if not all) about C++ in a steady pace. The material can get a little dry at times, but it shouldn't stop you. I stopped reading it 3/4 through after I decided C++ wasn't for me.

I can't say anything about the other books, haven't read them.
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