Accelerated C++ 2000 By Andrew Koenig & Barbara E. Moo

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Accelerated C++ 2000 By Andrew Koenig & Barbara E. Moo

Post by Deddalt on Mon Dec 28, 2009 3:34 am
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I've been reading about 100 pages into this book (out of 453), and I'm wondering: do any of you recommend reading this? It's giving me useful information but I'm not sure exactly how this stuff will be useful when I'm trying to do more important things. Do you guys have any suggestions on books to read?

Basically my only "programming" knowledge outside of the first 100 pages of this book is from SA:MP scripting.
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Re: Accelerated C++ 2000 By Andrew Koenig & Barbara E. Moo

Post by thetan on Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:43 am
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bjarne_Stroustrup#Books

^^ might as well learn from the original creator who also is the main face behind the new C++0x standard. (which reminds me, talk about 0x missing it's deadline.)
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Re: Accelerated C++ 2000 By Andrew Koenig & Barbara E. Moo

Post by apples on Sat Feb 13, 2010 2:58 am
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personally, i prefer accelerated c++ to bjarne's book. however, i do feel it's a bit better suited to individuals who already know a bit about programming.
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