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Old 06-06-2011, 10:50 AM   #16
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It's not legally available as a free ebook. If you do find a "free" copy for download, it's pirated.

EDIT: Thanks for removing the link, Flamelord.

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I apologize, I didn't realize it was illegal.
I have removed the link.
Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

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thank u
Old 07-12-2011, 09:16 AM   #19
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Nice overview! Thanks!

Here is a suggestion that would further improve the quality of your overview:

You mention the reference

C Annotations

In fact, it's called `C++ Annotations' and the link
offers an extremely old version of the Annotations, which currently is at its version 9.0.0. Oopweb shows version 6.2.2...

If you're interested in its recent version I suggest you look up the site, or simply install the C++ annotations from the Debian (or Ubuntu) repositories.


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I think this is good resources for c++
Old 10-04-2011, 05:50 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by henry48 View Post
I think this is good resources for c++
It's for C, not C++, and it's moved here:

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For those who prefer videos, here's a playlist with lots of videos tutorials for C++ uploaded by thenewbooston.
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c for dummies 2nd edition
c++ for dummies 5th edition
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C++ idioms:
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"Expert C Programming"
"Linker and Loader"
"C: A Reference Mannual Fifth Edition"

I have learn much from them.
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Exclamation GTK+3 - gtk_entry_get_text - Segmentation Fault?

Sorry, wrong place, oops

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Old 10-10-2012, 04:57 AM   #28
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Wow!! Its a kind of database for learning C and C++. Thanks for sharing with us.
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Re: C/C++ Tutorials

I have little knowledge about C++. You share some C++ tutorials site. I think I can develop my programming skills form hare. Thanks for the sharing.
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Drafts of chapters 2 through 5 of Stroustrup's new edition of The C++ Programming Language continue to be available on his website:

Btw I've started reading the new edition but haven't started the exercises yet. Has anyone been working through the exercises with a compiler older than g++ 4.8.1? Did you have enough C++11 support to get by? My system (Slackware 14.0) has gcc 4.7.1.


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