Have you read the forward or preface of the book? If they make their solutions available online, they probably will give you a link somewhere in the book. If not, you could check on the author's site at http://www.deitel.com.
You must know that this is considered a text book (heck i even use it - or a later version - for my course). If you are not faculty then they should not be providing you with the solutions to the assignments.
Note you can download the code for the examples - and even though you should be typing these in by hand - that is a sh*tload of code provided for you.
If you need the answers to the chapter exercises then do them yourself - i have and it is not that difficult. (when i find out that we adopt a textbook, once a year i write all of the assignments again)
For the most part, the solutions are trivial if you have actually read the book.
Have you read the book? Probably not. So go read the book. If yoy did and if you actually have questions, then post here - ie: show some effort.
If you have read the book, then you will find that the solutions are easy enough to do - do them yourself and you might actually learn something - which is the point of this whole exercise. You will learn nothing from just getting the answers.
NOW if you had any understanding of the purpose of these, then you would know that i am not supposed to send either the author's or my solutions to you.
This is not a code mill - Do your own work. But feel free to contact the authors - for more specifically the publishers and see if they will provide you with the solutions.
And most of what Steve Fahlbusch told you comes from our posting guidelines: this, and this, and this. (Not necessarily in that order.)
I have found the people at Deitel helpful myself, but you really ought to do this.