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 Post subject: C++ book reccomodation
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What book to you reccomend for beginners c++?


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C++ Programming for the Absolute Beginner by Dirk Henkemans and Mark Lee. Premier Press.
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... s&n=507846


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 Post subject: Re: C++ book reccomodation
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gamerfreak wrote:
What book to you reccomend for beginners c++?

Haven't you asked this question like three times now?!


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I learned from the good ol' Deitel&Deitel C++: How to Program :) (Amazon.com Link)

Tried and true, but it's not exactly C++ for dummies either.


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Gadget wrote:
gamerfreak wrote:
What book to you reccomend for beginners c++?

Haven't you asked this question like three times now?!


Yep. I remember the discussion we had regarding Deitel's text on C++ Programming, and you convinced me to buy the C bible.


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 Post subject: Re: C++ book reccomodation
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Jipstyle wrote:
Gadget wrote:
gamerfreak wrote:
What book to you reccomend for beginners c++?

Haven't you asked this question like three times now?!


Yep. I remember the discussion we had regarding Deitel's text on C++ Programming, and you convinced me to buy the C bible.

It's really hard to go wrong with that book - too bad there aren't more like it.


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"C++ Primer Plus" by Stephen Prata...

...is pretty good. I bought this one when I decided the class I was taking had a really sucky book. Helped out a lot and I was able to continue my education on my own after the class ended. Couldn't say that about the class-mandated book.


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