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Hi, I was wondering if anyone has read this book and if it is any good? ps: I tried to search for it but it was all ''ignored words'' thanks

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I hear it''s a great book for those moving from C to C++ because it focuses heavily on object oriented programming. If you are completely new to C++ however, I think there is one chapter that goes over some basics. Though I doubt that you will get much from that one chapter if you are completely new to C++. Or, maybe you will...

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I read the book, it is excellent. It is better if you know a bit of programming before you take it on. It is freely available from www.bruceeckel.com

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I agree with Cherez.. Don''t know if you''ll get anything out of it if you''re a complete newbie, but if you know some of the basic then it''s great reading.. Gives you a whole new picture of OOP and how to design your code in a more OO manner.. Not that it''s the best book, but hey, it''s free.....

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