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    Question Noob in Programming

    hi my name it Duo i just was if any one can help me on what do i need to do to get start in to programming i have [gloworange]Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0[/gloworange] on my box running is there any book that i can pick up to get me on my way in to prgramming
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    There are plenty of good books that deal with begginer and intermediate c++. Any Deitel or Sams book on c++ wikll be fine in your case. Just make sure that it is a beginner book and not data structures or something.
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    I wasn't going to post in this thread because I've never read any books on visual C++. Because of this I cannot recommend any books to you, but I can give you some hints on where to start looking. Try the following links, and if the google link I gave you doesn't turn anything up, try different search strings.

    If you don't know any C++, head on over to http://www.cprogramming.com and http://www.cplusplus.com for some beginners tutorials. I know that the tuts on cprogramming are good from personal experience.

    Here's the urls:

    http://www.google.com/search?q=msvc%2B%2B+books
    http://www.amazon.com <-- you can search for yourself on that site
    or
    http://www.amazon.co.uk if you're from the uk (I'm sure there are other book sites for other countries)

    Hope that helps you in some way.

    ac

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    www.freeprogrammingresources.com i use that site alot. they have a range of tutorials, articals, and source code.
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    I have "SAMS Teach Yourself Visual C++ 6 in 21 Days". I picked it up for free at the local library. It's a pretty decent book...

    Other than that I agree with kryptonic. Freeprogrammingresources is a great site.

    mjk

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    I'm actually learning from "C++ by Example - Learning with UnderC" (or something like that). Haven't advanced more into the book because I'm lazy but it's a pretty good book.
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