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#ActualMathew Bergen

Posted 18 November 2012 - 02:34 AM

Im not sure if this was said already but a good book, that i personally learned c++ from, is called beginning c++ through game development. Its cheap and very easy to understand. And when it says through game development, its using simple text games as examples for learning c++. As many will say to stay away from c++ if you are just learning how to program since it is complicated, i say go for it. I learned c++ first, and it was challenging, and i don't recommend it, but it can be done.

http://www.amazon.ca/Beginning-Through-Game-Programming-Second/dp/1598633600/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1353226851&sr=8-2

Also, there is c++11 out, and i haven't looked into it, and i really don't want to right now, but maybe you should look for something that explains that. Now don't quote me on anything, but c++11 is the new version of c++ and people will probably start moving towards that.

#2Mathew Bergen

Posted 18 November 2012 - 02:33 AM

Im not sure if this was said already but a good book, that i personally learned c++ from, is called beginning c++ through game development. Its cheap and very easy to understand. And when it says through game development, its using simple text games as examples for learning c++. As many will say to stay away from c++ if you are just learning how to program since it is complicated, i say go for it. I learned c++ first, and it was challenging, and i don't recommend it, but it can be done.

http://www.amazon.ca/Beginning-Through-Game-Programming-Second/dp/1598633600/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1353226851&sr=8-2

Also, there is c++11 out, and i haven't looked into it, and i really don't want to right now, but maybe you should look for something that explains that. Now don't quote me on anything, but c++11 is the new version of c++ and people will probably start moving towards that.

#1Mathew Bergen

Posted 18 November 2012 - 02:31 AM

Im not sure if this was said already but a good book, that i personally learned c++ from, is called beginning c++ through game development. Its cheap and very easy to understand. And when it says through game development, its using simple text games as examples for learning c++. As many will say to stay away from c++ if you are just learning how to program since it is complicated, i say go for it. I learned c++ first, and it was challenging, and i don't recommend it, but it can be done.

http://www.amazon.ca/Beginning-Through-Game-Programming-Second/dp/1598633600/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1353226851&sr=8-2

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