best c++ book for newibe
i'm proud to join this community and be with you guys
so i saw the sticky thread but i can't figure out what the best book
i'm new to programming
but i was reading a book called : starting out c++ early objects 5th edition
and i already finshed to the 7th chapter but then i decide to got a new book in modern c++
i tried to work with Accelerated c++ but i can't work with it it's not in my way
so i need a new book and waiting your recommenditions but please tell me for Begining
ah and i'm 14 years old only :)
C++ Language Tutorial It ain't a book, but it helped me learn almost everything I know about C++ and OOP in general. Go in order, and never skip. If for whatever reason you prefer a book-like format, it, as you can see at the top of that page, is available as a pdf book. There's also this site, but IMHO, it's tutorials are more for if you know what you're looking for, and really just need to refresh or reference a topic.
As for your age, you'll find a lot of programmers start early. I was 14(I'm 16 now.) w/o a computer in my household, when i took up TI-BASIC on my school issued calculator. There's a guy in my AP Comp Sci class that started at age 9!
maybe i think in them
the book that's called c++ primer plus is that's a good book to start with ????
any other recommends ??????
Practical C++ Programming is pretty good
I like "C++ from the Ground Up" by Herbert Schildt.
It is good price from Amazon