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C++ How to Program (Early Objects Version) (9th Edition) (Deitel, How to Program).

For me it's very good, for all knowledge levels.

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I'm new to Daniweb, well all the books seems good but your own notebook is the best text book for any good programmer I guess

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Good to see the book sugestions for C++. When I was doing my course, I first looked at the book called Object oriented programming with C++ by Balaguruswamy. In my college, mostly our lecturer recommended the books from Balaguruswamy for teh languages like C and C++ as we were begineres at the languages. The books were easily followable and understandable.

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I know I'm new here and to C++ in general, but as a BEGINNER I found Jumping into C++ by Alex Allain to be pretty in depth on the beginner stuff. For some it may be too elementary, but for others, (like me), it could be just what you need to connect the dots.

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I might also mention...it's $31 new on Amazon, and he has online tutorials that go with the book that are free.

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This question attempts to collect the few pearls among the dozens of bad C++ books that are published every year.

Unlike many other programming languages, which are often picked up on the go from tutorials found on the Internet, few are able to quickly pick up C++ without studying a well-written C++ book. It is way too big and complex for doing this. In fact, it is so big and complex, that there are very many very bad C++ books out there. And we are not talking about bad style, but things like sporting glaringly obvious factual errors and promoting abysmally bad programming styles.

Please edit the accepted answer to provide quality books and an approximate skill level — preferably after discussing your addition in the C++ chat room. (The regulars might mercilessly undo your work if they disagree with a recommendation.) Add a short blurb/description about each book that you have personally read/benefited from. Feel free to debate quality, headings, etc. Books that meet the criteria will be added to the list. Books that have reviews by the Association of C and C++ Users (ACCU) have links to the review.

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I have a lot of c++ books in all feilds its free, just email me at:
Hefaz2010@gmail.com
thank you guys for the links.

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here is a small list of Free C/C++ programming books. They may help you a bit in programming.
C++ GUI Programming with Qt 3
C Programming Tutorial (K&R version 4)
C Elements of Style
A Beginners C++
C++ Annotations
and many more....

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c++ is a very nice books
in c++,2nd edition by Bruce Eckel
im currently reading
beginning c++ game programming by Michael Dawson

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