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    Anyone have good suggestions for beginning/medium C++ users? I am an expert in MOO Code which is essentially a child of C++ used for text based gaming but would like to get into more C++. I already know most syntax and things like that, so any suggestions for tutorials or books would be very appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    Theres a few decent links in this thread:

    http://forums.vb-world.net/showthrea...threadid=35484

    a bit of debate in there too - but the links are there, jsut scroll through it.

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    I've already been there.. sorry, should have explained. Anything not mentioned there? I've copied all that stuff down and plan to go buy/borrow those books, but I'd like to get everything I can in one big trip.
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    Red face I think this thing is better..

    I think you need a good ELECTRONIC book to get you started with basic or ever intermidiate programming in c++. This book is for free on the internet. You can download it from here
    http://cplus.about.com/compute/cplus...ngInCPP2e.html


    it has 2 volumes. First read v1 and then v2.

    Happy programming!
    Baaaaaaaaah

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    Here are some free books

    http://eckelobjects.com
    It has a free book you can download, called "Thinking in C".

    Samwise Galenorn
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    The best book on C++ is "How To Program C++" by Deitel & Deitel. The layout is much better than any book I have ever seen, both printed books or on-line books. I especially like those special notes on "Good Porgramming Practice", "Common Programming Errors", and "Software Engineering Observation". The latest version, the 3rd edition, also include coverage on UML.

    This book is not cheap (It costs about $70), but so are all the good things in life..... will cost you something.

    But if you can have only one C++ book, this is the ONE!

    substring.

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