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    I know there is a book review section on the main website but i was woundering if anyone knows of any more good starting c++ books that i can take a look at

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    do a board search its been covered many times
    Free the weed!! Class B to class C is not good enough!!
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    Its hard... But im here swgh's Avatar
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    My fav book out of the 3 I own as one is a refrence book on C/c++ is called

    2How to program in C++ the complete 4th editiion by Deitel. It has a rather lame compiler with it which is Microsoft Visual 6.0, but I use my own IDE and compiler, but the book is very very good, and goes from a complete novice to an expert, giving you tips, letting you know what to avoid, how to indent code like a pro, and also goes into web programing and windows programing. Only thing it does not show is game design, but I have a book that covers that subject anyway, although it only covers beggining game design, i need to get a more advanced one now, as the biggesst thing you can create is TIC Tac Toe lol! Hope this helps

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    Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig and Barbara Moo.

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    many thanks guys

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