Poor programmer needs free E-books ;P

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    Poor programmer needs free E-books ;P

    yea...ive been to my local library, got all the books on c++ i could...but none of them really deal with windows programming...and ive been searching the web for free sites...but most ftps are down...just wondering if anyone could direct me to a free download or a site with windows programming tutorials...

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    You want FREE ebooks gohere.
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    I learned C++ from www.cplusplus.com

    *NOTE* but that doesn't guarantee that you will be able to learn C++ from that site since I did already know C and JAVA before learning C++.

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    Ah thanks everyone...
    btw master...i already have a grasp on c++ console programming...now i just want to move into to windows programming~
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    Awsome ebook on MFC/API is on kazza at about 5 - 7 mb's, look for SAMS C++ Visual Studio 6 in 21 days

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    Master, the guy who wrote one of those tutorials on the cpluplus page really could use a few more english classes. Bad grammar confuses my small brain.

    But hey, slowly its helping me learn... not cause I have much time for programming (nor anything else).

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    Eh? maybe someone named master wrote a tut there, but it sure wasn't me.

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    Tutorials are very good to start with, and you can search for "Thinking in C++", it's free.
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    Originally posted by ammar
    Tutorials are very good to start with, and you can search for "Thinking in C++", it's free.
    Its isnt a tut its a book. www.BruceEckel.com..
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