Thread: C++ The Complete Reference_ 4th Edition book for learning C++ [.pdf|mediafire]

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    C++ The Complete Reference_ 4th Edition book for learning C++ [.pdf|mediafire]

    Its an awesome book, free to download in .pdf format. explained very clearly

    C++ The Complete Reference_ 4th Edition - Herbert Schildt
    C++ The Complete Reference_ 4th Edition - Herbert Schildt.pdf
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    Looking at Francis Glassborow's ACCU Review of the book, this could be one of the less terrible Schildt books, but I still have my doubts as to whether a beginner should read it: "awesome book" is probably hyperbole given Schildt's bad reputation.

    In any case, I'm removing the (presumably illegal) link and moving this thread.
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