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

Philippe C. Martin philippe at philippecmartin.com
Wed Jan 19 18:58:23 CET 2005


I suggest you google 'C++ tutorial'

Regards,

Philippe



On Wed, 19 Jan 2005 04:08:16 -0800, rick_muller at yahoo.com wrote:

> I'm picking up C++ again after years of using almost nothing but
> Python. I'm frankly enjoying the experience, and it's certainly
> deepening my appreciation of Python (which you can read however you
> like).
> 
> I was wondering whether anyone could recommend a good C++ book, with
> "good" being defined from the perspective of a Python programmer. I
> realize that there isn't a book titled "C++ for Python Programmers",
> but has anyone found one that they think goes particularly well with
> the Python way?
> 
> I'm asking this because evidently the C++ standard has changed a bit
> since 1994, when I bought my books. Who knew that fstream was
> deprecated?
> 
> Thanks in advance...




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