Good intro to C++ books?

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  1. D3aC0n

    D3aC0n Vesa ToskaLOL OT Supporter

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    Took a java course for a semester but that's pretty much the extent of my programming knowledge. Any introductory books to C++?
    I saw a "... For Dummies" series to C++ book in the bookstore today and it just got me interested.
     
  2. VBGOD

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    The creator of C++ has some good books... Bjarne Stroustrup to be exact. It's a little dry for beginners though. He knows the subject too well to teach it at times.
     
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    Hold on..
     
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    I used "Learn C++ in 21 days" It was real helpful
     
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    thanks! I need something that can really take me through it so I'll take this one into consideration.
     
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    C Primer Plus (4th Edition)

    get that one, forgot dummies and learn in 21 days books (they suck)
     

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