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I''m just about to finsh C++ for dummies and want to know what to go on to next. I was thinking C++ the complete refernce 4th edition or maybe a windows programming book; any suggestions? What about Tricks of the game programming gurus by Andre LeMothe'' (sorry for the incorrect spelling) but its in C not C++, i''ve heard its good but I want to learn C++ not C.

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I''m just about to finsh C++ for dummies and want to know what to go on to next. I was thinking C++ the complete refernce 4th edition or maybe a windows programming book; any suggestions?
What about Tricks of the game programming gurus by Andre LeMothe'' (sorry for the incorrect spelling) but its in C not C++, i''ve heard its good but I want to learn C++ not C.


C++ is a superset of C, so when you learn C you are in fact learning some C++. I would say go for LaMothe''s Gurus book, or his Windows Game Programming for Dummies (I haven''t read that one, but I hear it is good).

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Best book on C++ ever written is Thinking in C++ , by Bruce Eckell

It is a PDF format. You can buy a printed copy if you want or just go with the electronic version. I have both. It is clear, consice and very well written.

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