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Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days - an entire online book designed to help beginner and advanced programmers how to program with C++ in 21 days, covering the parts of a C++ program , variables and constants, expressions and statements, functions, basic classes, pointers, references, arrays, inheritance, polymorphism, special classes and functions, streams, the preprocessor, object-oriented analysis and design, templates, exceptions and error handling and more


Dijon Zege   22-December-1999 - 09:34:46
The Information concerning the above online C++ is quiet exhaustive. It is enough and complete for any beginner/tutor.



Sarah Gabbitas   08-February-2000 - 08:09:59
It is easy to understand and to work through. Out of all the books and web sites i have looked through to learn C++ this is simply the best.



teddy   29-November-2000 - 13:07:51
this is my interesting web site, but sometimes i am an able to see the figures.



rob chas   08-August-2001 - 11:29:56
Great book. 10!



Prayag Mohapatra   26-April-2002 - 10:47:25
It's simply superb! aah,my search for a guide in programming is almost over,particularly gratifying is the good assumption that a guy may not be knowing anymore than to put on a system.I liked your unhurried & fluid yet
easy narrative about what are the stages involved in getting a programme
yield the desired result.Thank You very much.
Just like to suggest that please include more definite meaning of "compiling","linking" & "running" & explain a bit as to why they are a must.
All in all --- A GREAT JOB,KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK FOR STUDENTS LIKE ME!
THANK YOU ,1CE AGAIN!!!



Sciboy   14-April-2004 - 02:09:09
This is a very nice book, easy to understand and fun.

But I would like to mention that it is out of date and if you had used this as a starting book try to pick up a reference on standardised C++ to bring yourself up to speed.



feras   26-April-2008 - 04:48:50
thank you





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