reading Accelerated C++

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    reading Accelerated C++

    I dunno if this is the right place to ask, but I didn't wanna make a new topic :P
    Now, I'm reading Accelerated C++ and want to ask if I need to have all my code from Chapter 4, to be able to continue with Chapter 5?
    'Cause my PC had problems, and now when I read I'm always thinking about if I need everything from chapter 4, kinda frusterating :P
    So, if anyone remembers or knows, please tell

    EDIT: I know this is very random, but I just noticed that one of the writers name is Barbara E. Moo, must be cool to actually have a name sounding exactly as EMO ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by medievalelks View Post
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    >> the books of HERBERT SCHILDT
    Schildt's books are notorious for being full of errors and bad practices. I would not recommend them.

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    Have you read them? I haven't, but I've heard the same and yet I've never heard it from anyone who's read one of his books.
    I have read several of his books.
    The only one that was halfway decent was "The Art Of Java", which is not a tutorial or reference but rather a showcase of fun things you can do with Java.
    The code supplied with it needed only minor changes to actually work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akkernight View Post
    Thanks ^^ Do you people ever think that you might know too much? :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Akkernight View Post
    I dunno if this is the right place to ask, but I didn't wanna make a new topic :P
    Now, I'm reading Accelerated C++ and want to ask if I need to have all my code from Chapter 4, to be able to continue with Chapter 5?
    'Cause my PC had problems, and now when I read I'm always thinking about if I need everything from chapter 4, kinda frusterating :P
    So, if anyone remembers or knows, please tell

    EDIT: I know this is very random, but I just noticed that one of the writers name is Barbara E. Moo, must be cool to actually have a name sounding exactly as EMO ^^
    You can always download the sources: http://www.acceleratedcpp.com/
    And I'm sure Barbara Moo is old enough to be as disgusted by the whole "Emo" thing as (almost) every person over 30.

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    Uhh... The source code! ^^ Thanks!
    And I'm also against the emo word :P 'cause it's not even a word or thing... It's a bunch of stuff, packed into one word, made for those with one braincell :P
    And yes... I do have more than one... I have two!
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