Need some basic info about good c++ books.

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  1. william

    william New Member

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    Hi! everyone actully i m learning c++ and i need some info about some good c++ books. Name some of them.
     
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    Well If want a paperback
    Go for book by Bjarne stroustrup the creator of c++, no book is comparable to this;
     
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    i want yeswant kanitkar's "LET US C++"
    PLZZZZZZZZZ send me a soft copy
    email me:newjithesh@gmail.com
     
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    if u r complete beginner to programming i suggest C For dummies which is excellent for beginners though it does not cover advanced topics
     
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    ^^ he is asking for C++ books.. (although there is also a C++ for dummies)..

    But I've found C++ Primer Plus the best book so far... Its a complete encyclopedia... One advice - Stay Away from Yashwant Kanetkar's Let Us C.. It sucks.
     
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    oops! was sleepy and in hurry :D
    ok u can try C++ all in one desk reference or C++ for dummies
     
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    Don't use Let Us C /C++. You are better off with any other book. I agree that Kanitkar's style is easy to understand, but as you will advance, you will get irritated by it. If you want, use it only for bare bones. It is not useful for deep knowledge.
     
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    guys i have learned c++ now i want to go in little depth and buy a hard copy of a book ......so how is "let us c++"..........should I buy it ......or any other sudgestion....................(soft copy will also do )......but looking for a hard copy./..............
     
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    Try E Balagurusamy (nice book:)) I used it in my engineering...:grin:
     
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    @clmlbx If you already know all the aspects of C (general) then go for Professional C++ (wrox). Also check practical C++ programming and 55 ways to better programming in C++ (both O'Railey)

    Aditya
     
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