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Can anyone recommend me a book that goes through everything?(from pointers to templates,aggregation etc.?

 

I don't need a total beginner book,but something to...reevaluate.

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I like C++ Primer Plus

I learned on this one, which can be a little slow in the first couple chapters, but does a decent job of teaching you at least the basics of most of the language.  I'm not sure if there is a new version that covers C++ 11, but for all the other stuff it seems quite good to me.

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C++ Primer Plus (6th edition) covers C++ 11, it is very dry in the first couple of chapters as it's designed for beginner's thru intermediate, I also have Beginning C++ through Game Programming, 3rd ed.

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Many of you don't understand that I wanted a book to review c++,not to learn it.I code/read code every day.

 

Anyway,I chose Accelerated C++,mostly because it's compact and well explained,after that,I'll go more advanced.

 

Thanks

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C++ Without Fear by Brian Overland

 

It covers a variety of stuff like pointers, memory, and the OOP concepts. I highly recommend it!

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