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Hi,

If any body is interested in learning C++ on his own then here is a site which I have been using to a great effect and satisfaction. Although many might be aware of it.

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
I have bought some books on the language but none of the seem to be complete reference. I might be wrong here. But the above site gives a fine introduction to the whole idea of C++ programming to newbies. The examples are easy to follow and you can just copy paste and try them out with some modifications later on in order to understand the idea/logic. Please share with me a site or book that has helped you learn C++ with a good number of sample programs. Thanks..

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>Good C++ tutorials
What does this have to do with Linux?

Oh, and why don't you just add it to this thread, it has both the advantage of being a sticky and being in a more related forum.

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Hi,

If any body is interested in learning C++ on his own then here is a site which I have been using to a great effect and satisfaction. Although many might be aware of it.

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
I have bought some books on the language but none of the seem to be complete reference. I might be wrong here. But the above site gives a fine introduction to the whole idea of C++ programming to newbies. The examples are easy to follow and you can just copy paste and try them out with some modifications later on in order to understand the idea/logic. Please share with me a site or book that has helped you learn C++ with a good number of sample programs. Thanks..

hi there,

here are few links which may interest you:

http://www.cppreference.com/index.html - a very good site for C++ standards


http://www.thefreecountry.com/documentation/onlinecpp.shtml ---good source of C++ documentation


http://www.intelligentedu.com/blogs/post/best_new_training_sites/224/23-C-and-C++-Ebooks-and-Tutorials -- good collection of list of 23 ebooks on C/C++

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