C++ Without Fear, now where/what

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    C++ Without Fear, now where/what

    Hi Guys,

    I've just completed the above book - I'm confident that i understand all the principles that it has tought. I'm just not sure where to go next..

    Can anybody recommend any books websites?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freem View Post
    I'm confident that i understand all the principles that it has tought
    Impressive..and it is *taught*
    I'm just not sure where to go next
    Write code?
    You ended that sentence with a preposition...Bastard!

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    Effective C++ ..or if you're that confident.. Effective STL
    and Thinking in C++ ..Volume 2.

    Also..as 'Eman' said...
    Writing some actual programs is a very very very good idea.
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    Not to mention VERY

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    I'd recommend picking one of the common cross-platform GUI frameworks and learning to use it. Qt, WxWidgets, GtkMM, and FLTK are a few to get you started. Lots of people recommend Qt. I have used WxWidgets extensively, and find it to be pretty powerful and useful. I don't know a lot about the other two, other than the fact that they exist. all of these frameworks will work on many platforms, including windows, linux, mac, etc.

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    and don't forget about VERY

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