Books... those dusty things in the bookcase.

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    Exclamation Books... those dusty things in the bookcase.

    Hey everybody!

    I'm completely shiny new here, and all Ive programmed in in Visual and Quick Basic, did some stuff in C++ so I know all the extreeeeeme basics.

    But I realize that being able to write a couple of if clauses doesnt really make a pro. So I was wondering if you had any book tips or other resources I could check out as to 'widen my horizons' in programming this wonderful () language?!

    With coldest regards,
    JDan (ofcourse)
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    www.cplusplus.com was my C++ teacher.

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    Dandelions...
    Seems like a good way to spend the remaining... 5 hours of this class.

    Thank you very much oh holy master!
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    No problem. Plus I saved you a few bucks, or at least a trip to the library.

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    If you are interested you can buy a textbook, try the tutorials on this website, or just search the web.
    Here are some good tutorials:
    http://www.cpp-home.com/tutorials_section.php
    none...

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    Thanks, Ill check that one too!

    Plus, Im banned from the Library, so I probably wouldnt get anything out of going there either.

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    Some great resources:

    www.maththinking.com/boat/computerbooks.html
    www.tcfb.com/freetechbooks
    www.ipl.org/div/books
    onlinebooks.library.upenn/edu/subjects.html

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    Geez, this is a whole lotta stuff!

    Thanks again, and... Im pretty certain it has something to do with alot of the books in my bookshelf having 'property of city library' printed on them... and theyve been there for a year or so.

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