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    C++ books question

    In which sequence should i read the following books
    C++ Coding Standards - 101 Rules, Guidelines, And Best Practices
    C++ Primer 5th Edition
    The c++ programming language( special editio)
    design patters ( elemments of reusable object oriented software
    Effective C++, 3rd Edition
    effective stl
    exceptional c++, 47 puzzles
    Modern C++ Design Generic Programming and Design Patterns
    More Exceptional C++
    Programming Princples and Practice using c++
    template metaprogramming c++
    Thinking in C++ Introduction to Standard C++, Volume One (2nd Edition) (Vol 1)
    accelerated c++
    More effective c++
    n i also got a ebook named MSDN_EULA-windows programming.
    Can someone please help me? Please, only answer if you know.

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    C++ Primer 5th Edition and Accelerated C++ are in the same category of beginner books. Pick one and go with that first. Personally, I can only recommended Accelerated C++ because I have not read the other one myself.

    From what I recall, you had this habit (last November) of trying to figure out what books to read without actually reading them, so take this advice: read at least one of those two books first, then ask us again about the order to read the rest when you're done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    C++ Primer 5th Edition and Accelerated C++ are in the same category of beginner books. Pick one and go with that first. Personally, I can only recommended Accelerated C++ because I have not read the other one myself.

    From what I recall, you had this habit (last November) of trying to figure out what books to read without actually reading them, so take this advice: read at least one of those two books first, then ask us again about the order to read the rest when you're done.
    Thx, laserlight.

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