June 28th, 2005 05:33 AM
networking in c++
I've found a book on c++ beginning (no win32 code included). I would learn win32 from websites but i think it gets a little bit hard on the eyes. So my question is, does anyone know any c++ win32 books that are excellent for the beginner? I also need help finding a networking book in c++. If someone could please posts some good books they used to get networking and win32 applications down, it would be greatly apppreciated.
July 11th, 2005 06:03 AM
I've just begun C++, and I'm using SAMS Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours, which is a very good book, but I've been told to drop it and go onto Accelerated C++. Either way, they are both very good newbie books.
From there, going onto the "Thinking in C++" books are a good idea. Once you have read one of the two n00b books above and the "Thinking in C++" books, you should be pretty much done, networking and all! You can find the "Thinking in C++" pdfs here