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Shao Voon Wong 8-Oct-21 2:48am    
https://www.learncpp.com/

Eckel's free books could be a nice introduction, see Quick Links - MindView Exceptional Learning Experiences[^].
 
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Patrice T 15-Oct-21 13:32pm    
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Patrice T 15-Oct-21 13:34pm    
The Reference books !
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Richard MacCutchan 16-Oct-21 3:56am    
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Try your local library: they can often order books from libraries all across the country, or even purchase special ones if asked nicely.

Addison Wesley, Wrox, and Microsoft press all do good books - but not free - just avoid any with "In NNN Days!", multiple exclamation marks, or "For Dummies" in the title.
 
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Here is links to references books on C and C++ by the authors of the languages. Note than C is the ancestor of C++, so knowing C is always useful with C++.
The C Programming Language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[^]

C++ Programing Language[^] (may be not exactly free)
A tutorial site: Learn C++[^]
 
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