Thread: A good book/tutorial for C++?

  1. #1
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    A good book/tutorial for C++?

    I was wondering what book/tutorial you would recommend for learning C++?

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    Redundantly Redundant RoD's Avatar
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    board searches work nicely.

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    You could start here:

    "Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days" by Jesse Liberty is an excellent book to start with. It also makes a good, although incomplete reference book... By that I mean that if I'm have to look something-up, I check the "21 days" book first... If the answer is in there, it will be easy to find, and easy to understand.

    Like RoD says, DO A SEARCH (both this site and the web). You'll find lots of different opinions, and the answers you get here depend on who's "here" today, and who wants to answer a question that's been asked over-and-over.

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    C++ Rules!!!!
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