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"Practical C++" is good, i read that to get me started. It covers alot of the basics and OOP , aswell as some advanced subjects. Take alook at it:
http://ez2www.com/go.php3?site=book&go=0789721449


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Is C++ and Visaul C++ considered different? Cause I have the Visual Studios for my computer and that was what i was going to use.

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Is C++ and Visaul C++ considered different? Cause I have the Visual Studios for my computer and that was what i was going to use.

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Yeah C++ the language and Visual C++ is microsofts IDE ( one of the many out there) and has certainly proved to be the most popular. Books that focus on vc++ probably teach the features in vc++ as well as c++, which i suppose is an added extra if your a n00b But remeber that there is a visual net IDE which is the latest from m$, which may not be exact if you have that and a book on vc++ 6; if you know what i mean


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[edited by - Losec on January 31, 2003 2:44:28 PM]

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