Looking for an easy to understand C/C++ Programming book.

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    Wow! What a response.

    I want to thanks all of you for your help on this. All these responses, I'm gonna have to devote an afternoon to going to some book stores to check these titles out.

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    They work, but I have warnings in .NET studio set to LEVEL 4 and so I get few warnings for your code. That's all.
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    > They work, but I have warnings in .NET studio set to LEVEL 4 and so I get few warnings for your code. That's all.
    Look at Prelude's reply on the text coloring topic.
    I converted it to C .. sorta.
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    SetConsoleTextAttribute function is declared as
    "BOOL SetConsoleTextAttribute (HANDLE, WORD)", but you declared it as "int SetColor (HANDLE, char *)". The int is OK and the HANDLE is OK too, but the char * is not OK. And you forget to return the value.
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    I stand corrected, and so do my source files.

    Thanks for pointing that out GaPe.
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    New Book

    C++ Black Book

    Goes from Hello to Vectors...

    Really neat stuff in that book, GO GET IT NOW at Books-a-Million
    What is C++?

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