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C++ for begginers


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I've looked through the forum saw some stuff mostly about c#, python, java, but nothing really about c++ that caught my eye. I don't know any programming languages but I am interested in learning them. I thought c++ would be a good place to start. So, if you know of any good sites that you can learn c++ please share.

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Although websites are good, I find that books can really be a cut above the rest. In which case I recommend:

C++ Primer - http://www.amazon.co.uk/C-Primer-Stanley-B...6563&sr=8-1

and

Effective C++ - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Effective-Specific...6622&sr=1-1

C++ Primer is very much a reference although you could read it cover to cover if you want. However Effective C++ is just a brilliant book which you really must read cover to cover. Not because what you learn in the beginning of it is need for later parts (in fact it pretty much references things all over the place which is a little annoying at times), but because what you will learn you will need later in your designs and implementations. You'll also pick up better practises which will make you a better programmer later.

Both are well worth the cost and through Amazon they are pretty damn cheap.

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