June 25th, 2005, 03:23 AM
c++ and win32 applications
Hi, I been wanting to start c++ (but i don't just want to do 16-bit applications), so can anyone please tell me a good book (that is up-to-date) to learn c++ and win32 applications ?
June 25th, 2005, 02:22 PM
try using google there are lots of nice tutorials out there
i grew up on this one.
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June 26th, 2005, 04:23 AM
Thx a lot dude. This should be very helpful. Most of the time the only tutorials I can find are ones that expect u to know a lot of what they're talking about, but this one seems to start from the novice level. Thx again, greatly appreciated.
July 1st, 2005, 09:17 PM
For my studies, I have the book "C++: The Complete Reference" by Herbert Schildt. ISBN 0-07-882476-1 and more information on http://www.osborne.com. It describes the C++ standard and is basically platform-independant and compiler-independant. So you can use it for every platform and every operating system.
It is NOT a real tutorial, though!
Btw, the C++ standard is set since November 1997 so any book about C++ published after that date should provide plenty of information.
Keep in mind that many tutorials "in the wild" (on the Internet) might be a polluted mixture of C++ and the older C language. Most C++ compilers won't mind this but it depends if you're a language purist or not.
July 1st, 2005, 09:34 PM
I realize you requested books....but you might want to check out this thread...
AntiOnline - Programming Information/Tutorial Sites
July 1st, 2005, 11:52 PM
Thanks for your help guys. I think i found the book i'm going to get. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...books&n=507846
I think that book provides comprehensive information on c++. The information in 'The Complete Reference" seemed to be more for the advanced, and i've already been through the tutorials. All of that gave me a starting place so ty again.
July 4th, 2005, 12:40 AM
The 'Complete reference' might indeed give a bit too much information but hey... It depends on how much you're willing to learn about C++. If you want to write a few programs, you don't need it. If you want to become a C++ expert, it is a requirement... :-)