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Which of these books?

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I can't decide whether to buy: 'C++ Programming for the Absolute Beginner' 'C++ Programming Fundamentals' 'C++: The Complete Reference 4/e' Which of those is the best for someone with absolutly NO C/C++ programming experience? I only have some programming knowledge in using DarkBASIC.

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C++: The Complete Reference 4/eo
I think will be to hard for you.

Personally if these are the options your looking for id go with
C++ Programming Fundamentals.

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thanx for your opinion, I was mainly leaning to either C++ fundamentals or C++ 4 absolute beginner.

With C++ Programming for the Absolute Beginner it teaches you by getting you to make small games along the way.

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i know this isnt a good answer for your question, but after you do learn C++, C++: The Complete Reference is one of the best books you can have, so keep that on a list for later on.

[Edited by - GHertZ on June 11, 2005 8:37:56 PM]

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I've got The Complete C++ Reference, I rarely use it -prefer TC++PL. I'd say C++ Primer is your best bet, the 4th Edition is newbie friendly.

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