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recommended c++ books?

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Hi! - Which books are good for at comprehensive introduction and further
progress, Im currently using "Thinking in C++ 2nd ED"
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Peter Jensen" <sa**@raver.com> wrote in message
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Hi! - Which books are good for at comprehensive introduction and further
progress, Im currently using "Thinking in C++ 2nd ED"


That is a good book for those with C programming experience. See here, and
add "C++ FAQs" by Cline to the list as highly recommended :-)
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...nner_s_c__.htm
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"Peter Jensen" <sa**@raver.com> wrote in message
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Hi! - Which books are good for at comprehensive introduction and further
progress, Im currently using "Thinking in C++ 2nd ED"
That is a good book for those with C programming experience. See here,

and add "C++ FAQs" by Cline to the list as highly recommended :-)
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...nner_s_c__.htm

Jul 19 '05 #3

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Peter Jensen <sa**@raver.com> wrote:
Hi! - Which books are good for at comprehensive introduction and further
progress, Im currently using "Thinking in C++ 2nd ED"


Since you probably already know something about programming and/or
C++, try Koenig and Moo's "Accelerated C++" (Addison Wesley).

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Jon Bell <jt*******@presby.edu> Presbyterian College
Dept. of Physics and Computer Science Clinton, South Carolina USA
Jul 19 '05 #4

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jeffc wrote:
"Peter Jensen" <sa**@raver.com> wrote in message
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Hi! - Which books are good for at comprehensive introduction and further
progress, Im currently using "Thinking in C++ 2nd ED"

That is a good book for those with C programming experience. See here, and
add "C++ FAQs" by Cline to the list as highly recommended :-)
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...nner_s_c__.htm


"The C++ Standard Library A Tutorial and Reference" by Josuttis is not
listed on that sight. I would think it would be highly recommended.

NR

Jul 19 '05 #5

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"Noah Roberts" <nr******@dontemailme.com> wrote in message
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That is a good book for those with C programming experience. See here, and add "C++ FAQs" by Cline to the list as highly recommended :-)
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...nner_s_c__.htm


"The C++ Standard Library A Tutorial and Reference" by Josuttis is not
listed on that sight. I would think it would be highly recommended.


That's because they don't consider it a beginner's book.
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...vanced_c__.htm
Jul 19 '05 #6

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jeffc wrote:
"Noah Roberts" <nr******@dontemailme.com> wrote in message
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That is a good book for those with C programming experience. See here,

and
add "C++ FAQs" by Cline to the list as highly recommended :-)
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...nner_s_c__.htm


"The C++ Standard Library A Tutorial and Reference" by Josuttis is not
listed on that sight. I would think it would be highly recommended.

That's because they don't consider it a beginner's book.
http://www.accu.org/bookreviews/publ...vanced_c__.htm


I find that very odd. This is one of the first books I have read that I
though where appropriate to a beginner. I am very surprised that it is
considered "advanced".

NR

Jul 19 '05 #7

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