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Depending on the type of programming you want to do, tutorials usually only cover certain areas of programming. ie: you may have some questions regarding pointers to functions, so you will find a tutorial on the topic of pointers and/or functions and use it as suplemental information. Full books are much more in depth, they're meant to be used for learning a whole language and many can assume you know nothing about programming. These books are usually (for me anyway) much more helpful than a handfull of tutorials. Then when I'm shaky on a concept covered in the book, I learn more from the online tutorials.

Again, this is just what works for me. If you really want to get started learning a language (C++ is good) Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days (or something simlar) is available free online. I used to have the address, but I don't anymore, if I find it, I'll post it. Someone else may have it and can post it.

[edit] http://lib.daemon.am/Books/C++/ [/edit]

[edited by - Apache153A on October 21, 2003 4:35:36 AM]

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