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    Book or Offline Learning Recommendations?

    Does anybody have good book recommendations or something else that's good for learning C++ without an internet connection?

    Also, which version of C++ should I be looking into? I started with C++14, but that's no longer the most recent version.

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    Check out doc.lagout.org and download a few books and read them when you're offline. As for versions, just read the documentation on the latest version of C++ and see what's changed.
    Also, I recommend you start small projects every time you learn something new. It keeps you sane and away from boredom of just reading.

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    Get C++ Programming by Bjarne Stroustrap. He invented the language after all.

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    I can't program in something else xD

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    as mentioned, Stroustrup's books are good as are Deitel & Deitel. i would suggest you learn C first and an excellent book to begin with is "The C Programming Language" by Kernighan & Ritchie

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    Quote Originally Posted by IDOMATH View Post
    Also, which version of C++ should I be looking into?
    C++11 is good enough to start with.

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    Thanks for the recommendations! really helpfull

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    Thank you very much for this. I will definitely be using this!

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    cool beans

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    The Bjarne Stroustrup book is a good guide in the world of c++

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    itís a good idea to learn C++ without access to the Internet. firstly, writing code on a paper develops your attentiveness, and secondly, these are uncomfortable conditions in which people assimilate information better. I had a situation where I lost access to a laptop for a long time, and at the university a deadline on one paper was burning, and all the information for writing an essay was on the computer. Itís good that you can use the paper writing services for help (I used to select site essayservicescanner.com, here are the most detailed reviews about the writing companies). They wrote a quality work and on time. BUT now I, too, try to store every info on offline media ')*

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    i think youtube is still the best, step by step tutorials too

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    learn C programming C89/C99. You could get the book “C programming A modern Approach” by K. N. KING
    it’s available for download online and you can practice it offline. Basically if you start with this, future languages that you wish to learn will be way easier. Understanding how a compiler works is important too. You’ll learn that along the way of reading this book. Moreover there are lots practice challenges and examples on different kinds of programs for you to try out.

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