[OT] Good C++ book for a Python programmer

John Hunter jdhunter at ace.bsd.uchicago.edu
Wed Jan 19 23:12:01 CET 2005

>>>>> "Philippe" == Philippe C Martin <philippe at philippecmartin.com> writes:

    Philippe> I suggest you google 'C++ tutorial' Regards,

Stroustup's "The C++ Programming Language" is the best C++ book I've
read.  It is at a fairly high level, and I already had read several
C++ books before reading it, so it may be tough sledding.  But I would
try this first since you are an experienced programmer and know OO
concepts, and if it fails to satisfy try something lighter.
Unfortunately, I didn't like any of the other kinder, gentler overview
books I read on C++, so can't really recommend anything along those
lines, though I'm sure they are out there.


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