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any can suggest me for good books for C++ Basics.

Posted 26-Dec-12 0:35am
Volynsky Alex 26-Dec-12 5:41am
C++ How to Program, 5/E takes a new early classes and objects approach to teaching programming :
Volynsky Alex 26-Dec-12 5:44am
"The C++ Programming Language" of Bjarne Stroustrup

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Look to those in your native language - pretty much any of them are good for the basics, provided you avoid those with "for Dummies", "in xx Days" or multiple exclamation marks in the title.

Wrox do some good ones, as do Addison Wesley, but the important things are that the text should be in a native language to meake is easier for you to understand, and that you do all the exercises and examples yourself!

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