anonymous
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What is a good book to learn c++? I'm looking for a textbook type book that is comprehensive and (very important) has questions/problems/ challenges in it? Please tell me books that you can PERSONALLY recommend (meaning you have used them). Thanks in advance!
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anonymous
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i have used these books for c++.... http://www.herbschildt.com/currentpage.htm
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have used the book Thinking in C++ by Bruce Eckel.. and
anonymous
  • anonymous
i feel 'let us c++'by yashwant kanetkar is good for understanding...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i have also used "Thinking in C++ "
anonymous
  • anonymous
GOOD C++ BOOK IS DEITEL&DEITEL 5TH EDDITION.
anonymous
  • anonymous
can u tell modules or videos for learning c++
anonymous
  • anonymous
C++ How to Program, 8/e, Early Objects Version Harvey M. Deitel and Paul J. Deitel a superb book to read c++ and java languages......... u can buy any editions
anonymous
  • anonymous
"Practical Object-Oriented Development in C++ and Java" is an older book, but gives an excellent grounding in the concepts of OOP, and has questions.

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