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Hi. I want to know what's book is actulay the best to learn C++. I
would be very gratefull for every information. Thanks

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Matis wrote:
Hi. I want to know what's book is actulay the best to learn C++. I
would be very gratefull for every information. Thanks


Go to http://groups.google.com and search for the phrase you put in
the subject. And _always_ begin there when thinking of asking another
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Jul 23 '05 #2

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Try out c++ complete reference book it is good for the beginners, you
can try out The C++ programming language by stroustroup( for advanced
programming ).

Jul 23 '05 #3

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On 21 Jul 2005 13:37:13 -0700, Matis wrote:
Hi. I want to know what's book is actulay the best to learn C++. I


This is tough question, really.
IMO its answer very much depends on what your current background is,
how much you have to learn and how much you need to unlearn.
Have a look at these if you haven't done so already:
http://new-brunswick.net/workshop/c+...g-picture.html
http://new-brunswick.net/workshop/c+...learn-cpp.html

Jul 23 '05 #4

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I think it'll be a good idea to use Deitel and Deitel for the start -
it's been of immense help to me... but no book matches up to
Stroustrup's which is by far THE authority in learning C++...

Jul 23 '05 #5

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Matis wrote:
Hi. I want to know what's book is actulay the best to learn C++. I
would be very gratefull for every information. Thanks


Hard to say because we dont know anything about your background. I've
been working with Java for 5-6 years and found this book to suite my
needs perfectly.

Professional C++
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...764574841.html

You can download chapter 1 and the Tables of content. That should give
you an idea.
Jul 23 '05 #6

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Have a look at Deitels' book, and then, you'd progress to Stroustrop's
art.
But, again, what experience do you have? For me, I've started right
from Stroustrop's book, having only little experience in clean C, and
VB.

Jul 23 '05 #7

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lampard wrote:
Try out c++ complete reference book it is good for the beginners, you
can try out The C++ programming language by stroustroup( for advanced
programming ).


If you are referring to Schildt's "C++ The Complete Reference", stay
FAR, FAR AWAY from it!

For a beginner, Koenig & Moo's "Accelerated C++" is highly recommended.
Jul 23 '05 #9

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How about Sam Teach Yourself C++ in 21 days

I think it pretty decently written.

Jul 23 '05 #10

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http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/public/

and click on "highly recommended"

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