BOOK WANTED: Deitel&Deitel C++

This is a discussion on BOOK WANTED: Deitel&Deitel C++ within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; i dotn like the deitel books, its not mine otherwise id sell it to you. i relally lke "c++ the ...

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    i dotn like the deitel books, its not mine otherwise id sell it to you. i relally lke "c++ the complete reference second edition" by herbert schildt, i learned alot from that one

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    Hey, I like Schildt- but some people do not like him. His C++ from the Ground Up is good. Also:

    C++ Primer Plus : by Prata is good
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    I really liked the 3rd edition of Deitel&Deitels C++

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    I'd like a copy of that book

    I'd much rather learn C++ through a textbook than this "C++ For Dummies" that I picked up.

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    Still hoping to hear from you, Mister C...

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    I dont think hes emailing you because of your email addy has "hawaii" in it, that would be a lot of postage maybe? Ill take that book though

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    No, postage to Hawaii is no different than to other parts of the US, except maybe parcel post, not sure about that. And UPS and FedEx are of course a different story. Besides, the whole point is that I would pay the postage...
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    maybe we should start bidding on this book

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    I bid: postage plus my very first program dedicated to you!

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    I bid: Webhosting Via my webserver which has Windows .NET(im a beta tester), thats worth shipping + lots more

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    FYI, You can get the book off amazon.com for around $10

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    but that wouldnt be any fun(goes to amazon.com)

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    Sorry, I have not responded sooner. I got busy with more important things. Anyway, my dept chair took my text. She did not get the latest edition. Besides you can get the text for a resonable price at amazon or ebay.
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