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  1. #1
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    Default Learn C++

    Hi there

    Is anyone have good e-books to learn C++ & C
    Do you know any good c++ teaching websites
    Is there any shortcut to become a master in C & C++
    plese help me

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    Uh... I found The Art and Science of C to be really helpful, but I forget the author. Oh well.

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    Default C Book

    Well I dont know about e-book but i know about Printed Book.
    Book Name : Programming in C++
    Author : E. Balaguruswami.


    This author has good enough knowledge to explain about C++ programming

    The same author written book for Programming in C also.
    These two books are nice, and easy to understand. we can say it is the best book,

    By the way if you want to be Master in C & C++ programming than just do one thing......
    Go through First Page to Last Page of both books and Try to impliment your own logic for all the programme, If you dont have enough programme defination for creating programme then just tell me i will provide you some nice programme.

    Hope this is sufficient for you.

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    eli86 the user is asking for ebook

    hai etics
    here is the link:
    Professional C++ (Programmer to Programmer)

    * Geared to experienced C++ developers who may not be familiar with the more advanced features of the language, and therefore are not using it to its full capabilities * Teaches programmers how to think in C++-that is, how to design effective solutions that maximize the power of the language * The authors drill down into this notoriously complex language, explaining poorly understood elements of the C++ feature set as well as common pitfalls to avoid * Contains several in-depth case studies with working code that's been tested on Windows, Linux, and Solaris platforms
    PassWord:www.ITeBookHome.com
    http://rapidshare.de/files/24541900/06063005.rar.html

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    Default yes i have c++ ebooks

    Yea i have the c/c++ ebooks.
    infact i have more than 1 gb of which i d.loaded frm internet
    mail me at [email protected] if u want.
    and plz tell me ur name and where u live.
    okies,
    bye. :D

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    Default Re: yes i have c++ ebooks

    Quote Originally Posted by makeonlinemoney
    Yea i have the c/c++ ebooks.
    infact i have more than 1 gb of which i d.loaded frm internet
    mail me at [email protected] if u want.
    and plz tell me ur name and where u live.
    okies,
    bye. :D
    1GB of ebooks? Have you read them?

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    Default 1 GB ?!?

    1 GB ? of programming E-BOOKS ? you should go to the: Guinness Book people... :)

    must be alot of time collecting it all..

    thumbs up.

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    Am o colectie bogata de carti cine doreste po trimite unele din ele

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    I want to write a C++ program for Windows. How can I do that?

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