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I want to learn C++ for Unix.

Does anyone know any good books or web sites.  I am finding it hard to find any books.

Thank you
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by:nietod
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I recommend "C++ How to program" byt Deital and Deital for Absolute beginners.

I also recommend "The C++ Programming Language" as a 2nd supliment to any book.  it is mostly aimed at people with some programming experience, but not C/C++ experience.

I recommend the Scott Meyers "Effective C++" for advanced users.  These are absolutely essential reading.
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by:Resonance
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Also essential are "C++ FAQs", by Marshall Cline, Greg Lomow, and Mike Girou, and once you've reached an advanced stage, "The C++ Programming Language" by Bjarne Stroustrup himself, which is a horrible learning book but excellent reference material.
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by:cside
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You could try the following website for an online book.

http://www.eckelobjects.com/
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by:jasonclarke
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For loads of good C++ links, including on-line tutorials look at:

http://www.cetus-links.org/oo_c_plus_plus.html
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by:jasonclarke
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and for a good selection of books including recommendations and reviews, look at:

http://www1.fatbrain.com/catalogs/computing/subjects.asp?VM=C&SubjectCode=PGLSCP
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praghav earned 40 total points
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I suggest you grab "DATA STRUCTURES AND OTHER OBJECTS USING C++" by Michael Main & Walter Savitch. It's a good book for beginners to experts.

I also recommend you to reach http://www.informit.com/
for a lot of good books online...
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by:CraigHubley
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James Coplein is highly recommended:
http://hubley.com/cite/coplien-1998.htm
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