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talhanasirtalhanasir Posts: 13Member
hello everybody,
i want to know in order to be a good programmer of C++,Trubo C++
By Example by Greg Perry and Marcus Johnson is enough or some other books are also necessary.
thanks talha nasir

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  • Gregry2Gregry2 Posts: 607Member
    : hello everybody,
    : i want to know in order to be a good programmer of C++,Trubo C++
    : By Example by Greg Perry and Marcus Johnson is enough or some other books are also necessary.
    : thanks talha nasir
    :

    If you know the basics, you could start programming little projects and other things, learn simple algorithms like sort algorithms and recursion or other stuff (you can use the net and trusty http://www.google.com for more info). Then, once you've gotten to know the lang, you might find out which area you are intrested in, and eventually, u'll learn what u need to learn, and you'll be able to know when you want to buy a book or not.

    Thats what I've done...err, am doing, at least.
    {2}rIng
  • MT2002MT2002 Posts: 1,444Member
    : : hello everybody,
    : : i want to know in order to be a good programmer of C++,Trubo C++
    : : By Example by Greg Perry and Marcus Johnson is enough or some other books are also necessary.
    : : thanks talha nasir
    : :
    :
    : If you know the basics, you could start programming little projects and other things, learn simple algorithms like sort algorithms and recursion or other stuff (you can use the net and trusty http://www.google.com for more info). Then, once you've gotten to know the lang, you might find out which area you are intrested in, and eventually, u'll learn what u need to learn, and you'll be able to know when you want to buy a book or not.
    :
    : Thats what I've done...err, am doing, at least.
    : {2}rIng
    :
    [blue]
    In addition to the above reply, I also recommend picking
    up some software engineering books. This includes design
    patterns, software architecture, and programming theory
    (such as coheson-did I spell that right?)

    I hope this helps;

    ~mt2002[/blue]
    [hr][italic]"There are ten kinds of people in the world--Those who speak binary, and those who dont!"[/italic]

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