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I think I need to read on C++ programming. I learned C++ mainly by myself, tutorials, and forums like gamedev, but I think I'm missing a lot of important things. I think I don't know enough yet about classes, vectors, OOP, good styles of coding, pointers to functions/arrays and that kind of alien stuff, and probably other things I missed completely. Tips on optimizations would also be greatly appriciated. I'm not looking for a book that teaches making a hello world application and other console applications, and I know things like ifs, loops, variables, operators, and such, I can of course just skip these chapters but if there was a book that doesn't contain chapters like this at all or just quickly mentions the syntax for it it'd be great. Any ideas? [edited by - Lode on September 9, 2002 8:14:58 AM]

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You should probably try Accelerated C++[1] by Andrew Koenig.

[1]http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/020170353X/qid=1031571187/sr=8-1/ref=sr_8_1/103-0306182-6992639?v=glance&s=books



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