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    I want to become a C++ programmer but I cannot decide what book to get.
    Im a TOTAL beggeiner.
    Can anyone tell me good choices?

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    When all else fails, read the instructions.
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    Any others?

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    Any others?
    This has been asked lots of time before.... try a search too.
    http://cboard.cprogramming.com/search.php

    It's not hard, that will give you tons of suggestions. http://www.cprogramming.com/books.html isn't a bad idea either. Do some research on your own, the reviews are out there. Even www.Amazon.com has reviews.
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    C++ Primer 3rd edition.

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    I LOVE Deitel & Deitel C++, I'm using the third edition.
    Some people say it's complicated but I think it's not.
    I think it's better the step by step books, because you can also use it as a refrence and it's much easier to find the information you want.
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    C++ Primer 3rd edition.
    I wouldnīt recommend this book to a TOTAL beggeiner. Itīs a very good book but it isnīt aimed to beginners. I would recommend this book after you have read a book like "Learn c++ in 21 days" or "Deitel & Deitel C++" with a lot of example code.

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