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Ok, I''ve got two different C++ books. I''m doing ok, learning with them. The main reason that i started learning C++ was i thought it was much more popular than C. Mistake. Looking at all the tips and tricks, or DirectX books, i can''t seem to find a none C book. They are almost all(AFAIK) C, with C++. Anyhelp out there for DirectX, or Game programming type books in C++?

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Just coz it looks like C doesnt mean it IS C. Remember C++ doenst have to use classes so you can write code which is C++ code but looks like C code, so the code in the books could be C++, it just might not look like it...

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It doesn''t matter if they''re written in C or C++. They won''t be teaching you either language anyway. If you''re a proficient C or C++ programmer, you should be able to see what stuff you can use in each one and adapt it to your own purposes, rather than slavishly copying out code from the book or the examples on the CD-ROM.

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