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Book for a C++ beginer but experienced C programmer

Aabh Kumar
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Joined: Mar 17, 2011
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I am an experienced C programmer but fairly new to the land of object oriented programming. What is the best book(s) to learn C++. I would like to re-do my data structure lessons in C++ as well so as to get a fair understanding of the concepts.

Thanks
Daniel Benetton
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Joined: May 27, 2008
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Aabh Kumar wrote:I am an experienced C programmer but fairly new to the land of object oriented programming. What is the best book(s) to learn C++. I would like to re-do my data structure lessons in C++ as well so as to get a fair understanding of the concepts.

Thanks


C++ primer from Lippman. Stroustrup is the bible but too arid, better to have it for reference.
Campbell Ritchie
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Aabh Kumar, welcome to the Ranch
 
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