C++ Books

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  1. DelTrotter's Avatar

    DelTrotter said:

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    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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  2. RhinoBanga's Avatar

    RhinoBanga said:

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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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    salvadorescobar said:

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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)
     
  4. DelTrotter's Avatar

    DelTrotter said:

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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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    Whatever it is, I'm against it! And even when you've changed it Or condensed it
    I'm against it!"
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  5. gorgan's Avatar

    gorgan said:

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    Have a look at [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    I hope it helps.
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  6. DelTrotter's Avatar

    DelTrotter said:

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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
    "Your proposition may be good. But let's have one thing understood
    Whatever it is, I'm against it! And even when you've changed it Or condensed it
    I'm against it!"
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  7. MagicDave's Avatar

    MagicDave said:

    Default try here

    Could also try InformIT.com for free online books in all pc languages.
     
  8. adrian64's Avatar

    adrian64 said:

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    These links are useful m8, pdf format

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  9. mince-n-taties's Avatar

    mince-n-taties said:
    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.....

    Cheers
    Mince
    Last edited by mince-n-taties; 26th September 2002 at 02:42 PM.
     
  10. mince-n-taties's Avatar

    mince-n-taties said:
    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
    Mince
     
  11. tam9's Avatar

    tam9 said:

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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



    TAM
     
  12. hotentot's Avatar

    hotentot said:

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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

    Matt
     
  13. gorgan's Avatar

    gorgan said:

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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

    gorgan
    Last edited by RhinoBanga; 26th September 2002 at 08:09 AM.
     
  14. Plasma's Avatar

    Plasma said:

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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!

    Plasma
     
  15. doughboy's Avatar

    doughboy said:

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    Could always try here..

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    or check any links that about.com gives you.
     
  16. cockneywanka's Avatar

    cockneywanka said:

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    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

    wanka