to c++ programmers: what is the best c++ book?
john.wendel at metnet.navy.mil
Fri Aug 19 16:52:12 UTC 2005
> Please, give an advice (link) to the best c++ book. The one that
> includes: detailed, easy to understand, make use explaining, X-objects
> use explaining (qt prefered).
> If no single - let it be several. The main purpose is easiness even over
> difficult things. Thank You.
Thinking in C++ by Bruce Eckel is a great introductory C++ book. And
the electronic version is free (as in beer).
It won't help with QT, sorry.
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