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Hey ive been reading Jessie Liberty''s Teach your self C++ in 21 days (Fourth Edition). I got up to about chapter 12 - 13 then I TOTALLY GOT LOST! these are the chapters explaining inheritence, operator overloading, virtual functions,Polymorphism, that kind of stuff the OOP stuff. Can someone suggest another book that explains these concepts of (Object Oriented Programming) better than liberty does. Thanks I understand chapetrs 1 to 10 which include Variables and Constants Expressions and statements Functions Basic class structure Loops Pointers References

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C++ Primer (not C++ Primer Plus.. that book is horrid) by Stanley Lippman is amazing for teaching the full reasoning and methods especially with standard c++ and OOP techniques.

[edited by - Imperil on November 15, 2003 1:08:23 PM]

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Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by Robert Lafore is probably one of the best books i''ve read for learning C++. Every C++ concept is explained well and shown in use.

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