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With regard to C++ books, I'll just echo the advice here.
[/list]Proper credit: vawjr, who now has this posted.

The following is also recommended.
C++ Coding Standards : 101 Rules, Guidelines, and Best Practices, Herb Sutter, Andrei Alexandrescu
Book reviews can also be found at www.accu.org: Beginner's C++.

I'm new member and aspiring programmer, just want to seek help where to find available source code so that i can further study it... or pls.. email some of your codes.. tnx in advance

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sourceforge has more code than you can shake a stick at.
How much of it would be considered good learning material is another matter.

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