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sorry if this is not the right place
could some one suggest a good c++ book.
i have a good knowledge of c and i know java too. Need to learn c++ for some project
thanks a lot!
 
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You might look at Stroustrup's "C++ Programming Language" for a book that deals with C++ syntax and semantics.
John
 
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Do you have any idea regarding oops ? do you know everyhting ( conceptually ) in oops ? if not then start with various books in the threads in this forum.
some good books in this case are : -
1. introduction to oops :- timothy budd
2. designing object oriented software : - rebecca wirfsbrook
3. oops with uml ( title may not be correct ) : miler pagejones
for c++ : -
you can start with Stanley lippman's book.
i hope this is useful.
Shailesh.
 
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When you get acquainted with C++, Scott Meyers has two
excellent books but the do presume some C++ knowledge.
 
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U wanna know a book for C++ then try Herbert Scheildt's Complete Refrence It is a good book and is easy to understand.All the Best for UR project
 
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The book on OOP by Timothy Budd is great and for C++,I'll recommend either Complete Reference by Herb Schildt or the one by Robert Lafore
 
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I really loved "Practical C++ Programming" from Steve Oualline when I learned C++ around 5 years ago. At that time I knew nothing about Java, nothing about C, and only very little about object-oriented programming. In college, a group of 12 students including me were working on a C++ project at that time, and we all learned C++ using this book and were extremely happy with it. It is a great introduction to C++ that does not require any prior C knowledge or understanding of OOD. You might want to look at something additional later, but this is a great book to get started with C++.
-Mirko
 
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