I would like to be able convert one format to another(not immediately but eventually),know how to use tree and hash tables and linked lists properly using classes.
I want to be able to do a basic graphic user interface and use pointers well.
I've heard of the following books:
Exceptional C++-by Herb Sutter
Generative Programming,methods,tools and applications-by Czarnecki and Eisenecker
Algorithms in C++-Robert Sedgewick
Are these books good?except for the last one,will it help with what i want to learn?
If you have better clearer books you'd recommend please let me know
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The Sutter book is Excellent, Also you should look at his STL book (Exceptional STL, I think). The STL is the "way-to-do-things" nowadays and the earlier you get to grips with that the better.
User-interfaces are not standardised so you need a platform specific book. Windows and POSIX - based …
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