This doesn't help you any? I admit I've never read it, but the favorite one around here seems to be Accelerated C++.
> Other post disregard Noones responded to it in the last 48 hours!
Wow... that is a looong time to wait. :rolleyes:
If money is no issue, I actually found a book named "How to C++ program - Second Edition" by Deitel & Deitel which I found very comprehensive. It teaches you the basics to ADT's to OOP's to Polymorphism. Many other exists. I've never heard of Accelerated C++, is good you know Joe?
I recently perchased Accelerated C++. I have to admit that I have to put it to the side for a little. It seems like a good book though. I am just not use to the teaching style yet I guess. I only made it to the third chapter before I started to get a little confused. I guess I am the type that needs one of those "spoon feed" books? Doesn't help much that there is hardly any peace and quiet in my house either (two extremely talkative nieces live with us).
I probably just need to slow down a little though. I was trying to go a little to fast maybe. Just trying to learn in the shortest time possible.