|Jun 20, 2013, 11:24 AM||#1|
C++ Primer - Good for learning C++?
I am familiar with Python, a little with Objective-C and Java, and know programming theory. Need to learn C++ in a week - is this book good, or if not, any other suggestions? Don't want anything that's too steep a learning curve.
Book: C++ Primer -
|Jun 22, 2013, 12:36 PM||#4|
Since I started, I've been publishing my answers since I couldn't find any myself. Hopefully someone will find them useful
|Jun 25, 2013, 06:28 AM||#5|
LOL you will not learn C++ in a week. You are doomed to failure if you think that is the case. Sure you can write C++ programs that compile and even work correctly but they will at best be slow and you still won't know C++. Good things take time.
|Jun 26, 2013, 06:14 AM||#6|
It's fine enough for you because i followed that book comparing to all other its fine,this book is well versed for the entire topic
The points are explain in detail
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