Any opinions on books to learn c++ from.

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    Hidoi Ryuujin
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    Any opinions on books to learn c++ from.

    I have decided to shell out the cash on a book, but would like to know what ones you guys recommend.

    thanx in advance.
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    Cool

    This question has been answered many times. Look back at previous threads on these boards.
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    Check out the reviews a book gets from Amazon and Bookpool.com before buying it.
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    http://www.cprogramming.com/cboard/s...der=descending

    Here is a link, I did a simple search of C++ books, but only for the titles of threads. As mentioned earlier this has been asked numerous times, so there will be many responses to help you choose a good book.
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    thanx
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    read the book visual C++ by ivor horton.

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    There are many threads about the same topic, for exaple there is this: C++ books.!???
    none...

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    Originally posted by adamviper
    read the book visual C++ by ivor horton.
    I AGREE

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    Originally posted by adamviper
    read the book visual C++ by ivor horton.
    What does it talk about? Does it only dicusses C++? Does it have anything to do with Visual C++?
    none...

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    Thanx for the link ammar, I just downloaded Thinking in C++.
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