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C++ resources Neckbearded Basement Dweller 18/06/25(Mon)01:38 No. 5121
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Are there any good recommended resources to learn C++?

I have previous programming experience and like to dive in and start coding to learn, but I'm curious if there are any outstanding books or material that a serious cpp programmer should read.


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If you have some C++ experience, and just need to get up to speed on the new features in the last few iterations, "Effective Modern C++" is very good. For learning it from scratch, the eighth edition of "Sam's Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day" isn't bad. I was not a fan of Bjarne's books for learning C++ from scratch though, however "The C++ Programming Language" is a good reference (but only covers up to C++ 11 currently).




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