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    Search fail

    i cant find hardly any C++ links i find useful for C++ programming, can somebody help me out plz?

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    What sort of link are you looking for?

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    links on learning c++, i know some of the basics, like strings nd stuff, but i cant find any links to learn more

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    This very website:

    www.cprogramming.com

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    ive tried that

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    There was also that book available free online. Was it Thinking In C++?

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    i dnt no, but can u plz inform me if u find out, thanks

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    http://www.planetpdf.com/developer/a...ContentID=6634

    Otherwise you are best buying a book, I like C++ Programming In Easy Steps

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    thank you, ur web link really helped me

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    Really? That online book thing looked like a load of old trollops to me.

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    well, it depends on how far u read it

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