There were a few book recommendations I saw on the web for c++. The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference -- I want to purchase this book, but it was published in 1999. Is there a more current book like this or is it one of those things that never change and it's a timeless piece I should read?
Also, C++ Primer Plus was another. It was published in 2004. I keep seeing this title thrown around a lot with good reviews although I'm unsure of purchasing b/c of the publishing date. Currently I only have my textbook, which is How to Program, by Deitel. I'm not a fan of it, I feel like it can be a terrible read sometimes.
(Also, I've checked out the post on books here, those seem dated as well, but I was wondering if I should get them or get something comparable and current)
Edited 6 Years Ago by ihatestarch: added one more thing