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Would anyone tell which book i should refer for learning C++ (from scratch)

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  1. mandakini20 Group Title
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    well..i think oops with c++ of tmh publications...is for basic learners.

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    if u r a beginer then u should study oop in c++ by robert lafore 3rd edition. if u have worked with c++ then oop in c++ by Dietel and Dietel is the best conceptual book.

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    I learned with C++ for Dummies. Good Luck

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    try this online tutorial http://www.cprogramming.com/ or C++ for dummies as what ohgoose suggested. It's useful for beginning .

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    For Easy Reference... Try Balagurusamy Books...

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    deitel &deitel 6th edition

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