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Resources for learning and using C++.

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Recommended by Michael D. Crawford:

  • Modern C++ Design
  • Effective C++
  • Exceptional C++

adrienlamothe writes "Practical C++ Programming is dedicated to teaching the reader how to program in the C++ programming language. The book actually has four goals: 1) Teach the reader C++. 2) Instill good programming style and practice (indeed, the book's subtitle is 'Programming Style Guidelines.') 3) Teach the programmer basic software development concepts. 4) Introduce the reader to debuggers and the make utility. 4) The author encourages the reader to use a computer to enter, run and debug the book's programming examples. I concur with this advice, though it isn't absolutely necessary." To see how well the book meets its own goals, read on for the rest of Lamothe's review

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