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Posted 10 February 2010 - 11:01 AM

Is there any one can suggest me a good programming books for c++. I mean with a lot of example and in easy English or in French,I will appreciated.I'm using this book ( c++ Programming Design Including Data Structures). but I'm hard time understanding the meaning of the codes and sometimes how to use them. Help please
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Posted 10 February 2010 - 11:15 AM

Check out the c++ tutorials on this site C++ Tutorials. There are lots of tutorials to get you going.

Good luck!
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Posted 10 February 2010 - 11:17 AM

Thinking in C++ - Second Edition (freely available)
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Posted 10 February 2010 - 01:14 PM

There are a handful of books in english which are often reccomended for beginners:

- "Accelerated C++": http://accu.org/inde...e...ch&rid=1185
- "You Can Do It!": http://accu.org/inde...e...rch&rid=470
- "C++ Primer 4th Ed": http://accu.org/inde...e...rch&rid=778
- "Programming: Principles and Practice using C++": http://blog.cplusplu...d-practice.html

I would imagine that their french translations are equally as good, if you prefer one written in french (amazon.fr listed at least one of these books translated)
http://www.amazon.fr...65832180&sr=8-5



Accelerated C++ is correct, accurate, concise, and aimed at people who already have some programming experience in another language (especially C, Java, etc).

'You Can Do It' is a true hobbyist book aimed at complete beginners; and it comes with a small graphical library as a learning aid which only works under windows (So don't bother with this one if you want to use *nix).

Stroustrup's book 'principles and practice' is probably one of the best all-round beginner books going - its very student-friendly, and the author is the man who created C++, but it seems that the french translation of the book isn't available yet (although it looks like someone is working on a french version)
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