The C++ Coach by Jeff Salvage

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    The C++ Coach by Jeff Salvage

    I just bought this expensive book at a used bookstore. The thing that sold me is that it has 160 pages on stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, and hash tables, including piles of diagrams.

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    For one, this is the C board.
    For two, why are you sharing this information?
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Shadow, like many books that say C++, it's C with a twist. There have been a lot of threads "looking for good books" and "need help with linked lists". I've never seen a book with so much info on data structures. Based on this and past comments, you must be stoned or suffer from depression. You're down on everything.

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    No, I'm actually not.
    I have a wonderful sense of humor, and do not do drugs.

    If you have a snippet of code you'd like to troubleshoot, let people know.
    If you want to say things such as this, try general discussions.
    Furthermore, ACTUALLY SAY that you recommend such a book to people looking and things like this "I've never seen a book with so much info on data structures. I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for information on data structures."
    But when you say, "I just bought this expensive book at a used bookstore. The thing that sold me is that it has 160 pages on stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, and hash tables, including piles of diagrams." ...something like that, my response while reading is:

    Great. More power to you.
    I mean shoot, I have 15 pairs of pants, a hamster, and watch muppet babies every morning. WHAT does that have to do with you? Nothing. So I do not tell you.
    Last edited by Shadow; 08-04-2002 at 02:28 PM.
    The world is waiting. I must leave you now.

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    Shadow, there is a saying that you can't win an argument with an *****. You win!

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