If you have some background in object-oriented programming (i.e. Java), what's the best book(s) for self-learning C++?
http://www.amazon.com/Object-Oriented-Programming-Nicolai-M-Josuttis/dp/0470843993/If you have some background in object-oriented programming (i.e. Java), what's the best book(s) for self-learning C++?
What's so great about the Eckel books that people here keep recommending them? Josuttis is fine, with Prata for backup. If you're a newbie to coding, Gaddis will hold your hand.
without reading, what will you program?
Im reading it and it's good and comprehensive as far as I have reached. What particularly don't you like? I just wonder if anything is wrong with this book.
volume 1 - 814 pages
volume 2 - 832 pages
how many months/years it will take to read this book?
To learn C++, the key is to program, not reading.
Nothing is wrong with it, but there are a number of other good books on C++ which hardly get mentioned. Deitel I don't like either. But Prata is good, Gaddis is good, so is Josuttis, so is Koenig and Moos' "Accelerated C++."