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    Is there any good e-books I can download or websites that are really good for learning C++. Also are there any programs that I need? I'm planning to learn it using my old computer so I dont mess anything up.

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    Originally posted by volskid2002@27 July 2003 - 18:54
    Is there any good e-books I can download or websites that are really good for learning C++. Also are there any programs that I need? I'm planning to learn it using my old computer so I dont mess anything up.
    http://www.cprogramming.com/tutorial.html
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    I strongly recommend Sams Learn C++ in 21 days and then if u want to learn visual c++ theres a sams book for that which is ok. U can probably get hashes for these in the ebooks section, but theres probably not much point as there aren't really any fake ebooks and so searching would probably be a better option.
    As for software u need, I'd recommend getting visual c++ or visual studio (which has visual c++ in it) u can probably get hashes for those in this seciton, but i personally never download software from kazaa as theres too often corruption. (in other words get visual studio from another network)

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    i would go with the borland compiler rather then the m$ one. they give out a free command line version from there website if you are interested.

    it is sometimes splashing out a few quid on a real book if you are interested. it just make it easier reading rather then changing between windows writing your programs.

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    Originally posted by volskid2002@27 July 2003 - 11:54
    Is there any good e-books I can download or websites that are really good for learning C++. Also are there any programs that I need? I'm planning to learn it using my old computer so I dont mess anything up.
    Whole college textbooks and learning materials online.

    http://www.free-ed.net/catalog/itcat01.asp

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    yeah the borland compiler is nice theres also the freeware djgpp compiler for making command line applications, i used it for quite a while and was my favourite, but eventually moved away from command line c++ programs and then visual c++ is the main option.
    And yeah i would definitely recommend getting books, they're usually fairly expensive (up to 30quid), but trying to enter code and read the book on the computer is a pain in hte arse.
    And cheers for the link shn

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    Originally posted by ilw@27 July 2003 - 11:44
    I strongly recommend Sams Learn C++ in 21 days and then...
    Absolutely! I have the same book and in less than 21 days I was programming!

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    I went to "How stuff works" they can tell u a lot about a lot but i never went back to finish learning I will one day i guess

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