Beginning C++ in FreeBSD
Luke at FoolishGames.com
Thu Apr 15 08:27:35 PDT 2004
K & R is a good book.
For C++, Absolute C++ was my textbook last semester and I found it to be
pretty good. Avoid the Deitel & Deitel C++ book. It has a few good
reference chapters but covers material in a very choppy way. Practical C++
programming from O'Reilley is a good book on C++ basics. It covers I/O and
syntax well, but does not get into the OO elements of the language as much
as one would like.
Avoid the C++ Programing Language. Although the book was written by the
author of C++, it is NOT a good reference.
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