Well the 5 threads at the top of the forum whose titles begin "Read Me: " would be a good place to start.
> what is the latest version of C++?
There is a single standard, released in 1998, generally referred to as C++98. But that only describes what a compiler should be capable of.
There are MANY different compilers (Borland, GNU-GCC, Microsoft, etc etc) which implement that standard. Borland and Microsoft are typically targetted at a single operating system, whereas GNU-GCC is available for many different systems.
The first question you need to answer is which operating system are you using in order to provide a more specific answer.
the book i use is a pretty good one... you should consider looking for it... though i don't know what's it called in English, it is the one from DEITEL... there's two of them about c++... a blue one, which is purely c++, and a green one, which is about c++ and an introduction to Java...
if someone could provide the name for the book... i beleive it should be "How to Program in C++" or something like that...
(i'm pretty sure narue will come by to rip my head off...)
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