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Whats a good C++ reference?

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I know that there are probably topics on this forum with almost the same exact title but I can''t seem to find any. Are there any good references that give you the syntax for different things like the loops and such. I already know of the website cprogramming.com but I really haven''t found any on there.

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"buy a book and read it in bed "

fuck I'm stupid...

[edited by - doho on March 15, 2004 1:07:33 PM]

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Forget C++..... Start With C# and Game Programming
C# and .Net Rocks for Game Programming...

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Forget C++..... Start With C# and Game Programming
C# and .Net Rocks for Game Programming...

Congratulations on posting a wonderful piece of flame bait. Then again, what can one expect from an anonymous poster.

And, no, don't "forget" C++, learn it. As doho and I have said, purchase a book. You should get along fine then.

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[edited by - Lektrix on June 19, 2003 5:02:02 PM]

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Recommended books for learning C++ and to use as a reference:

- C++ Primer by Stanley Lippmand and Josee Lajoie
- Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig and Barbara Moo
- The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup



Beat me to it. Three VERY good books. Oh Lord, Praise them!



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I was really looking for something more along the lines of print out things but I guess not. I DO have the C++ Programming Language, I''ve read some, it''s a good book and I guess I can use that as a reference.

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Forget C++..... Start With C# and Game Programming
C# and .Net Rocks for Game Programming...


Urge to flame rising.... Urge to flame rising....

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When I was learning C++, I made small individual programs that demonstrated each element of the language that I learned. Now, when I forget something, I just open up the required program providing the information, and I'm all set.

[EDIT] Also, Practical C++ Programming by Steve Oualline serves pretty well as a referance book (doesn't go into greatly advanced stuff sadly though).



Rob Loach
Current Project: Go Through Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by Robert Lafore

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[edited by - Rob Loach on June 19, 2003 6:29:52 PM]

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Forget C++..... Start With C# and Game Programming
C# and .Net Rocks for Game Programming...


Urge to flame rising.... Urge to flame rising....




*pours gasoline on urge*





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