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    Default C++ Books

    anybody know any good sites where i can get some C++ books cheap as im a student (same ol story)

    ive just started a course and need a head start

    thanx guys
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    Not really dude, Amazon etc have the market pretty much sewn up for technical books.

    Although this one looks good (and it's cheap):

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    I have a couple of C++ books in pdf format if you want them.

    PM me and I will send them out.

    You can't beat paper though.

    Assuming you know nothing about C++ my I recommend 'The C Programming Language' by Kernighan & Ritchie (C programming - but THE book)

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    Thanx mateys for the advice, looks like amazon but ill hav to take another loan (sh@t) out.
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    Have a look at [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    I hope it helps.
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    thanx mate that page is big big help started my college course and at 1st finding C hard but getin there now with this site im sure to be ok

    once again thanx
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    Default try here

    Could also try InformIT.com for free online books in all pc languages.

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    These links are useful m8, pdf format

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    i have a couple of c++ books in pdf format but the are mega size 39 & 19 MB, so they wont fit in your mp. as you are a student and out of the goodness of my heart i will send them to you on cd rom. pm me your mail address and watch for the postie.....

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    ok, its time to look out for the postie....LOL

    have fun and feel free to copy and pass on, but dont charge for it or else...

    cheers
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    If you have irc and you want a very good selelction of all genres in books try this place out irc.bookwarez.net it has thousands of bookz



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    mince,

    would it be too much to send me a copy aswell, i am just starting out in c++ and would really appreciate any kind of material i could possibly get my hands on?

    Regards

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    Just came across this site. It has some some useful stuff on c/c++

    Msg from mod: Read the forum rules

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    Hi there, Could someone either post me a copy (I can PM my address), or stick them in a HUB share or upload em to my FTP site? Or any other way ... simple as possible! WOuld be happy to return the favour if I have owt you need!

    Please PM me with any ideas!

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    Could always try here..

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    or check any links that about.com gives you.

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    Default c++ books

    awright delboy

    try this [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    "thinking in c++"

    you should be able to download a copy of this book

    i have the java version-most excellent

    sorted

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