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    1 book; 1 language

    Does anybody know of a book that explains c++ pretty entirely. I really need to learn more about OOP and some of the more touchy, interacate stuff. Does anybody have any suggestions?
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    C++ how to program (Deitel) is an excellent book

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    If you think you can handle it, 'The C++ Programming Language Special Edition' is what you want. It's a tough read though, I had to take a break after about half a chapter each sitting.

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    Prelude, would that be by Stroustrup?

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    >Prelude, would that be by Stroustrup?
    It would indeed.
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