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    Lightbulb any recommended exercise book for C++?

    Hi,

    Anyone could recommend any C++ exercise books for newbie? I want those have questions and answers.

    I bought the C Programming lang exercise book, but I want to have a C++ one.

    Any advice welcome.

    gogo

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    "A First Book of C++" by Gary Bronson was my first textbook. It has a lot of exercises and answers to the odd number question.
    rc7j

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    Wow, is this book?

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...036660-4338932

    it is very expensive. Does it include a CD-rom for the exercises?

    And, there is only one chapter (13) to teach the inheritance and polymorphism.

    Any recommended books concentrating on OOP?

    Thanks for your great reference and I will probably buy a 2nd hand one.

    Thanks for help.

    gogo

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    That's the book. no cd-rom. source code for examples in the book are supposedly on the internet at http://www.brookscole.com/compsci/bronson/cpp

    I haven't been there.
    rc7j

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    Thanks for your kind reference.

    gogo

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    If you want the best book for learning c++ you should buy Ivor Horton's "Beginning C++ the complete language". In this book Ivor Horton goes through each part of the code explaining it in depth and uses multiple examples followed by a larger program covering everything you have learned in the chapter. It does not come with a cd but you just download any C++ compiler and you can get the source code from the publisher's web site

    www.wrox.com

    Ivor Horton's tutorials are by far the best tutorial books I have ever read. He also has books on Visual C++ (compiler kit), Java, C, MFC com programming, etc...
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