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I am not shamelessly promoting this book, I just happen to like it and use it a lot!

"Standard C++ Bible" by Stevens and Walnum, published by Hungry Minds. This 800 page plus book is loaded with samples and comes with a CD-ROM containing all the samples and a nifty little Mingw32 C++ based IDE/compiler called Quincy 99. The IDE has a great reference option to the book's chapters and code titles.

The book will set you back $50 at Borders book store. BTW Quincy has its own website, free download and following.

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