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I am a 2019 year passout and I want to learn coding, So i am looking for an online programming book. Can anyone suggest me which author book is best for beginner's point of view?

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Design patterns : elements of reusable object-oriented software

by*Erich Gamma*,*Richard Helm*, et al (aka The Gang of 4)


C++ Programming Language, The

by*Bjarne Stroustrup

or one of his other books


Effective Modern C++: 42 Specific Ways to Improve Your Use of C++11 and C++14

by*Scott Meyers

Or one of his other books with similar name
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Please remember that coding is not only about reading books, but you also need to practice it. Your focus should be on learning algorithms rather than learning a language that will help you more.
I will recommend the following books for learning programming:
1. The Clean coder by Robert C. Martin
2. Java: A Beginner's Guide By Herbert Schildt
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I would probably read with confidence any book on coding and any comments on coding in relation to any coding language by Bjarne Stroustrup or by Scott Myers. In the past, before I started learning C++11, I learned a lot from Scott Myers. Now, as a beginner at C++11, I have used Bjarne Stroustrup's book on C++11 to very quickly break through the long learning curve (of C++) to be able to understand some advanced code. But, I still know that I do not know a lot and I ask here.
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