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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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