c++ - C++ books
"digitalmars.com" <psr.1020 gmail.com> writes:
What are the good books for learning C++ grading from basic to advanced?
Apr 06 2008
Arjan <arjan ask.me> writes:
digitalmars.com wrote:What are the good books for learning C++ grading from basic to advanced?
Well depends on the 'basics' of your basic level: - http://mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html 2 (free) e-books - http://www.acceleratedcpp.com/ well written book aimed at c++ novice but with a programming background. Gives you a jumpstart into C++. - http://www.aristeia.com/right_frames.html effective C++, more effective C++, effective STL. A lot of code-shops marks these books as a MUST read. - http://www.gotw.ca/publications/index.htm Exceptional C++, More Exceptional C++ , Exceptional C++ Style, C++ Coding Standards. The books are the more expressive forms of the articles found on the website. Very well written. - http://www.josuttis.com/tmplbook/ C++ Templates In preparation for the deep plunge.. - http://www.erdani.org/ Modern C++ Design. Also read the 'other' publications on his website. - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Beyond-Standard-Library-Introduction-Boost/dp/0321133544 Quick introduction in the 'new' c++ and Boost. - http://www.boost.org ... ... ... And I assume you have already red the C++ books of Bjarne Stroustrup. Have a good read, Arjan
Apr 07 2008