Hi guys, I want to start programming mostly in C++ (so I can mess around with engineering in Arduino). Can you refer some good books?
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The term "good book" is relative. I think that the book by Bjarne Stroustrup is regarded as the most comprehensive literature available, but that doesn't mean it's the best for you.
If you don't know any programming at all, I'd recommend you start working in a language that's more forgiving first, such as Java. Of course, by forgiving I mean to say "a language that will actually give you helpful error messages when you do things incorrectly."
If you're already a Java programmer, then Stroustrup's may be a good place to start. There are also plenty of resources available online.
I'm a beginner at programming. Thanks for the book suggestion!
You may want to consider the curriculum at http://see.stanford.edu
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You can read the book by O'Reilly, named Programming Interactivity. Download in this website http://www.verycd.com/topics/2895972/ (p.s. use emule to download)
and you can read some Arduino ebook from this website:
All the books on that list are great. I personally have tried out the ones on the beginner list and they do a great job at teaching you important C++ concepts.