Can anyone suggest a C++ book that has a nice complete reference including explanations for things like Vectors, Binary opertaions (not sure what theyre called), Advanced oveloading with ++ and -- and the such, can''t really think of much more that I don''t know....mostly because I don''t know what I don''t know. Anyone wanna give suggestion or maybe thinks they know of something I don''t know?
wow..that hurts the brain.
There are books. A cheaper route would be to look at others code (which you can find just surfing the net and looking at the code that comes with your compiler alone) For example you might want to look through the STL code and anything you don''t comprehend would be a good candidate to research as it contains everything you asked.
The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup (creator of C++) sits on my desk-side bookshelf. Not nessicarily so good for starting out, but a wonderful refrence. As for a starting out book I can't really say (I'm a Java convert so I understood the concepts), but I've heard Sams Tech Yourself C++ in 21 Days is good.
"If consquences dictate our course of action, it doesn't matter what's right, it's only wrong if you get caught." - Tool
// EDIT: Not only can I not spell today, but I seem to have lost he ability to capitalize words.
Edited by - wayfarerx on October 8, 2001 2:40:27 AM