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I have learned turbo C,I want to learn C++ now.
Will you please tell me some good books for me?
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The best place for information on C++ books is www.accu.org.

However, for learning C++ (given some experience), I would recommend:  Accelerated C++ by Koenig/Moo

C++ References:  The C++ Programming Language (Stroustrup)

Good C++ Practise:  Effective C++ & More Effective C++ (Scott Meyeres(, C++ FAQs (Cline etc.)

STL: The C++ Standard Library (Josuttis), Effective STL (Scott Meyers)

More Advanced:  Exceptional C++ & More Exceptional C++ (Herb Sutter), Modern C++ Design by Andrei Alexandrescu
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Thank you very much!!
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