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Posted 3 Sep 2012It is decent. Deitel books tend to be thick and full of great examples to show you the principles. They also tend to go from zero to intermediate level at a great pace. So you will be ok with that book I think.
There are of course a few other books that can help...
Sams Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day
And when you are comfortable enough there is the book to end all books on the subject...
The C++ Programming Language: Special Edition
which of course is written by the creator of C++ himself and is very much a reference book that will surely prove useful.
Hope these help.
i also started programing with self teach books i also really liked the samsteachyourself book... however i also got the c++ dummies all in one book... it really breaks things down if your having trouble understanding a topic
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