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Original post by Darklighter
Here's an old version of a decent book.

I'm not sure that that is a good suggestion. It uses <iostream.h>, which indicates to me that it does not, in fact, teach you C++. Also, I didn't see a section on containers and algorithms.

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Original post by jflanglois
I'm not sure that that is a good suggestion. It uses <iostream.h>, which indicates to me that it does not, in fact, teach you C++. Also, I didn't see a section on containers and algorithms.


On second thought, you're right - it's outdated. It also manipulates char arrays with the C library instead of using <string>.

My apologies.

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i took this advice and downloaded "Thinking in C++" and it is a really good resource, it explains things in a different way than alot of the online tutorials i've read (cprogramming.com, cplusplus.com and a half dozen others that have less memorable URL's)

its really thorough, and complete

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