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    C++ Best Book

    Which book is best for learning C++ ?? i am new and only learn C few days ago now wants to learn C++ ..
    please give me suggest which book is best for C++

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    One of the best beginners book is C++ Primer (5th Edition) by S. B. Lippman, J. Lajoie, B. E. Moo:
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...arianprogr-20/

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    I would suggest starting with "Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++" (author: Bjarne Stroustrup)

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    nice options in this thread.. thanks all

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad cruise07 View Post
    One of the best beginners book is C++ Primer (5th Edition) by S. B. Lippman, J. Lajoie, B. E. Moo:
    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/AS...arianprogr-20/
    wow.. yes its is. I have read this book. gift for beginners :)

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    The best way to learn computer programming is to write lots and lots of programs. Start simple and get more complex. Make up your own problems and write programs to solve them.

    Lots of online tutorials and references out there and you can bet that none of them will be "the" best. The same with books. Build up a list of references that you go to when trying to figure something out and then use them. Pretty quickly you will have a short-list of favorite sites and will know which one to go to first for various types of questions.

    For learning a language, I really like most of the Deitel & Deitel books, but they don't make particularly good references (they are organized for progressive learning so material that should be grouped together in a reference is pretty spread out in the text).

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