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where i can get best tourials on C++ for beginners?
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by:liorliat
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are you familiar with c programming language?
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artis: The BEST tutorials for beginners through to advanced users are books, or even better, a decent course.
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by:paulvz
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A very cool book is:

C++ how to program
Authors:  H.M Deitel & P.J. Deitel
Publishers:  Prentice Hall
ISBN:  ISBN 0-13-303678-2


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by:artis
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C++ how to program (deitel) is really good book.
I have stydie this book now.
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