Hello MR members, I am in my first C++ course and the book I already bought for the class is good but is written pretty bland. Programming and Problem Solving with C++ is the current book I have. I would like to purchase a beginners book as a backup, incase this book doesn't explain something simple enough. My TA recommended Sam's Teach Yourself C++ in an Hour per Day, he also recommended C++ for Dummies. Which should I buy, I don't need both. I looked on Amazon for reviews and they both seam to have good reviews. Also, if I get the Dummies, which version should I get? There is 7 in 1 (big book) version and the thinner regular version. Any advice on which book is best would be great!