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What are your favorite books on C/C++. The ones that you reach for first when you have a question, the ones that first made you understand the language, the ones that advanced your know of the language the most.
Feel free to list as many as you like and to give your reasons for liking them so much.
i personally like the complete reference series by herbert schildt ant the how to program by deitel and deitel.
any way, the gcc compiler is the best compiler i have used, including turbo c++ (really hopeless) and visual c++ in windows
It brings you through everything and gives you a good understanding of object oriented programming. What I like about it is the examples are completely simplified and only focus on the subject at hand.
Hehe. Yeah, its not amazing, and some stuff is really glossed over, but most of the critisms are for its coverage of C++, which I don't use nearly as much. He basically just took all the keywords and standard functions and wrote a paragraph for each. But, it is what I reach for most when programming in C and don't have man handy. I also got it for a couple bucks used