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Accelerated C++ is a good very good C++ book for beginners.

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For future reference, don''t suggest C++ in 21 days. It is out of date and has old information that will cause more problems than it will solve.


I wanted to say the same thing, but I''m tired of sounding like a broken record.

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Original post by flangazor
For future reference, don''t suggest C++ in 21 days. It is out of date and has old information that will cause more problems than it will solve.


I wanted to say the same thing, but I''m tired of sounding like a broken record.


No shit....all copies should be burnt by law.



Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.

William James (1842 - 1910)

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Bruce Eckel''s "Thinking in C++" is a pretty good book that also does a good job of explaining object-oriented concepts.

The Dietel and Dietel books are pretty good because they come with self-tests and excercises at the end of each chapter.



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