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indigo0086indigo0086 Posts: 2Member
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[b][red]This message was edited by the indigo0086 at 2002-6-18 10:2:44[/red][/b][hr]
A year or so back I bought a couple books on programming in C and I had a really hard time grasping the concepts because I just didn't understand the way the books explained it. For a year now I have't really studied anything on programming. I want to start learning C++ this summer but needed some help on what the best book for a person in my situation would be. I was thinking about C++ in 21 days because a friend of mine got it and he learned a lot from it. I was also thinking about shelling over $75.00 for "C++ How to Program" by Paul and Harvey Deitel because I have heard that it was a great resource. But I am stuck. I am going to Miami-Dade Community College to get an associates in Computer programming before I head of to a university. I wanted to get a head start so I won't be bored over the summer. What do you experts out there reccomend.

BTW, the book I am talking about can be seen at http://search.barnesandnoble.com/textbooks/booksearch/isbninquiry.asp?userid=2B8GVAJH6R&isbn=0130895717




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  • tsagldtsagld Posts: 621Member
    Try this link:
    http://devcentral.iftech.com/learning/tutorials/c-cpp/c/

    Greets,
    Eric Goldstein
    www.gvh-maatwerk.nl

    : [b][red]This message was edited by the indigo0086 at 2002-6-18 10:11:34[/red][/b][hr]
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    : A year or so back I bought a couple books on programming in C and I had a really hard time grasping the concepts because I just didn't understand the way the books explained it. For a year now I have't really studied anything on programming. I want to start learning C++ this summer but needed some help on what the best book for a person in my situation would be. I was thinking about C++ in 21 days because a friend of mine got it and he learned a lot from it. I was also thinking about shelling over $75.00 for "C++ How to Program" by Paul and Harvey Deitel because I have heard that it was a great resource. But I am stuck. I am going to Miami-Dade Community College to get an associates in Computer programming before I head of to a university. I wanted to get a head start so I won't be bored over the summer. What do you experts out there reccomend.
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