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Hello_Moto

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Hey guys,

I'm starting to learn C++ and have done the usual "Hello World" type of program and found that quite easy. Do any of you guys know where I could go to start learning the language online ?? It would need to start at the basics though as I'm really not that confident with it yet and that's why I don't want to rush out and buys any books in case they are no use to me !

Any help would be much appreciated guys !

Cheers

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Krizniak

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Hi,

Here you will find a 'free to download' book about C++
I think it could be a good idea to start with it.

Once you will be confident with C++ (basics), you'll probably want to learn more specific things...

Thinking in C++ (http://mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html)

Note : Link to the download site is in the section 'Thinking in C++ File Download '

Edited by Krizniak, 10 February 2006 - 04:00 AM.

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MaverickSidewinder

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www.cpp.com

The site name talks for itself :tazz:

Full of tutorials and codes
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Um...... www.cpp.com doesn't have anything to do with C++ !?
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Um...... www.cpp.com doesn't have anything to do with C++ !?


I think he might suggest you this link : C++.com
Cetus Link for C++ is also a page full of informations...
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