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e-books for a newbie in windows programming in visual c++

Hello everybody

I would like to know on which sites i can find resources(e-books whither for paying or free) about programming in visual c++ using the MFC classess.I will appritiate sites where i can find ebooks to pay and can be viewed in Acrobat Reader (PDF format)

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SCDMETACommented:
http://safari.oreilly.com
14 day free trial, tons of books, $14.99 a month for 10 books, books swap after 30 days
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sunnycoderCommented:
Here are a few ... All free

A Beginners C++
Author(s)  :  Neil Gray
Publication date  :  2002
http://www.cs.uow.edu.au/people/nabg/PwithC/PwithC.html

Programming with Class: A Practical Introduction to Object Oriented Programming with C++
Author(s)  :  Neil Gray
http://www.uow.edu.au/~nabg/PwithC/PwithC.html

C++ Annotations Version 5.1.0d
Author(s)  :  Frank B. Brokken
Publication date  :  2001
http://ban.mansfield.ohio-state.edu/boat/books/cppAnnotations/

How To Think Like A Computer Scientist: Learning with C++
Author(s)  :  Allen B. Downey, Paul Bui, Jonah Cohen and Charles Harrison
Publication date  :  Jul 2001
http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCScpp

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
Author(s)  :  Peter Müller
Publication date  :  Aug 1997
http://www.gnacademy.org/text/cc/ 

Neil's Guide to C++
Author(s)  :  Neil C. Obremski
Publication date  :  Feb 2002
http://www.neilstuff.com/index.php?p=36 

Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition
Author(s)  :  Bruce Eckel
Publication date  :  Apr 2000
http://www.mindview.net/Books/TICPP/ThinkingInCPP2e.html 

Who's Afraid of C++?
Author(s)  :  Steve Heller
Publication date  :  June 1996
http://www.steveheller.com/whos/index.htm 

Who's Afraid of More C++ - Partial
http://www.steveheller.com/wamcpp.htm

Learning to Program in C++ - Info
http://www.steveheller.com/lpcpp/lpcpp.htm

Cheers
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sunnycoderCommented:
Another huge repository of e-books

http://www.maththinking.com/boat/computerbooks.html
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Dang123Commented:

  Sorry, just noticed sunnycoder posted the same link before.
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mogho69Author Commented:
Thanks everybody for the links .
SCDMETA's first link was very good becouse there are tns of ebooks (you have to pay but it worths he money)
Sunnycoder's links are great for leraning OOP in c++.

Yesterday i was to a site www.books24x7.com which got my attention.So guys if someone else ask simmilar question about ebooks you can refer them to that site.

Thanks for everybody.
p.s.I splited the points :)
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