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Books for learning C++

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Hey guys, I'm new here =P. I have started C++ a few times, but everytime I kinda just..drifted away from it. But now, I'm really going to focus on it, and buy some books to help me. I'll give you a list of the books I bought, and...please tell me what you think =) Thanks for everything. The C Programming Language (2nd Edition) (Paperback) by Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis Ritchie, Dennis M. Ritchie C Primer Plus (5th Edition) (Paperback) by Stephen Prata C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) (Primer Plus (Sams)) (Paperback) by Stephen Prata The C++ Programming Language (Special 3rd Edition) (Hardcover) by Bjarne Stroustrup So..what do you guys think? -'kai'

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its kinda the same just learn c++ then maby look at some c code and u will be able to read it and write it after a few houres, the reason you get drifted away is cos u dont have any small progects, u need many example progects (small and to the point but usualy usles) just to practice, good examples ---> make a prog that finds 2,3,5,7 --> primes then one that finds all primes between num x and num y etc thn use stuff like arrays to increase the possible value of your prime like
22222333333344444444555555666666677777778888888999999990000000009999998746783
56723462346452645756865977894685673465234345389475897345837287873857394568945
65763849568ß34905689034856029834056892349578309474897689027537562369576345634
76474646464736737374848562938475694568234758735843256165261525265261526536547
36547257452545247838973454567457645666665555555546746574567676666777765333223

this dosnt fit into any num type, but just keep at it get a book by Herb Schild his books are the best :)

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When learning from scratch I usually look for the books I can download for free. Take a look at How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: C++ version.

BTW if you have a compiler for C++ then I would only resort to using C if you need to migrate old code to C++. C++ is more complete as far as the language goes and you will avoid learning some bad habits from your C programming approach. Also strings in C++ are much faster and easier than arrays of type CHAR!

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