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Dear expearts,
I've learnt C++ for about two years (but I never write a big program. I think reading others' code is a good way to learn
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Did anyone can help me some good source code ( for  complete intermediate or big projects in Turbo C++ or VC++ )to learn (good if they have comments).
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Try
http://www.codeguru.com
and
http://www.program.com/source/win32/index.html

Mike Blazysck (sp ?) page which is linked to the 2nd is also a good source of (VC) samples.
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> Did anyone can help me some good source code ( for complete
> intermediate or big projects in Turbo C++ or VC++ )to learn (good if
> they have comments).

Rather than trying to learn from questionable source, I'd suggest
picking up some good books.  Use dejanews to search
comp.lang.c++...it's a fairly common, re-occuring question.

www.codeguru.com is good for showing how to use various MFC features,
but most of the code I've seen is not what I consider to be "good"
code from which one should learn style.

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