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KJSatz

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C++ Book Recommendations
« Reply #10 on: December 03, 2004, 10:18:23 PM »

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Try "C++: How to Program" by Deitel & Deitel.  This book is used by many Universities (including the one I graduated from).  It's a good book with excellent examples.  From cover to cover, it's a book that you can follow quite easily.

http://www.deitel.com/books/cppHTP4/

P.S.--It covers a lot more than just basic stuff.  Inheritance, polymorphism, you name it.  It's got it all.


Well, if you HAVE to teach them C++ and not Java...yeah, that book's the top of the stack IMO.
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« Reply #11 on: December 03, 2004, 10:27:32 PM »

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Quote from: timid1
Try "C++: How to Program" by Deitel & Deitel.  This book is used by many Universities (including the one I graduated from).  It's a good book with excellent examples.  From cover to cover, it's a book that you can follow quite easily.

http://www.deitel.com/books/cppHTP4/

P.S.--It covers a lot more than just basic stuff.  Inheritance, polymorphism, you name it.  It's got it all.


Well, if you HAVE to teach them C++ and not Java...yeah, that book's the top of the stack IMO.


The truth is that anything written by Deitel & Deitel are normally pretty good.  Most of their books are pretty damn close to the same (in terms of examples and concepts, where applicable).  So Java... or C++.... take your pick (our thread starter wanted C++).
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