Good sources of education while learning C++

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    Good sources of education while learning C++

    Hello all,
    Over the course of the next two years, I will be taking C++ programming classes at my high school. Over the summer, I have self-taught a beginning-portion of C++ to myself (up to functions =P). I thought it would be nice to know what other forms of education I could take up while taking the courses at my high school. Many of you experienced programmers might know what I'm talking about... =P So the Question of the Day is: What other means could be taken to receive an optimal learning experience (outside of school) while taking a course at high school?

    Your help would be greatly appreciated :P .

    Maiq

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    Experience.

    Design your own projects and learn as you go along.

    Kuphryn

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    i'm also a new studying in C++ subject like you,Maiq.
    do you know the name of web which has taught or tutor about C++ beside that web

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    the tutorial at this website ain't a bad place to start. There is a reasonable (not perfect but I haven't found any of those recently) textbook at :

    http://www.stud.fim.ntnu.no/~oystesk/CPP/htm/ch01.htm

    It's a little out of date but it's on the web, free, and has the vast majority of the basics you'll need to learn in a relatively error free format.

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    learn c++ in 21 days isnt th ebest place, btu its free. i learned most c++ throuhg c++ the black book. you can find it on amazon.com but if your nto willing to pay money thats a nice place.
    Email: Klinerr1@nc.rr.com || AIM: MisterSako || MSN: sakotheinsane@hotmail.com

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    hmm. thanks. I'll check those out. I was out today and I thought about getting C++ in 21 days, but I was fresh out of cash... But thanks.

    Maiq

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    Talking

    thanks a lot everybody

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    "linux for dummies" is a good book for all those newbies like me!
    "If knowledge can create problems, it is not through ignorance that we can solve them. "
    -Isaac Asimov(1920-1992)

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    "linux for dummies" is a good book for all those newbies like me!
    ;-)
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