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    I am starting to get more into cpp as far as school/personal intrest goes, I was curious whats sites/pdfs people have laying around that might aid me in a further understanding of the language, or perhaps some voodoo that yoodoo. I have written some normal stuff, but am always looking for more resources. If you also have a suggested book that helped you learn that would rock as well.
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    Do yourself a favor and buy freaking Bjarne's goddamn book, The C++ Programming Language. Outrageously pedantic, but there is a way C++ was intended to be used (i.e. pick the paradigm that best fits the application and go with it, objects are invariant state holders, therefore don't jack the invariant, etc.) and no one else really "gets it" like Bjarne Stroustrup, for ostensible reasons.
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    • #3
      Im a fan of http://cppreference.com/ (good quick reference) and http://cppreference.com/ But I do agree with with bascule- Stroustrup's book is very good reading.
      I guess it all depends on your background too- what have you programed in? any OO stuff? Are you looking at learning theory or just technical details of this specific language?

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      • #4
        You may wish to check out:
        http://www.programmingtutorials.com/cplusplus.aspx
        I don't know if that will be of any help to you or not, but it's worth a shot and it's free, that's the best part.
        Good luck.
        I enjoy talking to myself...it's usually the only intelligent conversations I get to have.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bascule
          Do yourself a favor and buy freaking Bjarne's goddamn book, The C++ Programming Language.
          I would also recommend reading Stroustrup's The Design and Evolution of C++. It's great if you know how to use the language, but it is even better when you use it properly.

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          • #6
            I completely forget my favorite site: C++ FAQ Lite. An excellent, concise reference that also makes for great interview questions. Note, however, that this site is primarily for those that already know C++ fairly well.

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