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Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours, Third Edition by Jesse Liberty

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Next Steps

You've worked hard, and you are now a competent C++ programmer, but you are by no means finished. There is much more to learn, and many more books to read as you move from novice C++ programmer to expert.

The following sections recommend a number of specific books, and these recommendations reflect only my personal experience and opinions. There are dozens of books on each of these topics, however, so be sure to get other opinions before purchasing.

Where to Get Help and Advice

The very first thing you will want to do as a C++ programmer will be to tap into one or more C++ conferences on an online service. These groups supply immediate contact with hundreds or thousands of C++ programmers who can answer your questions, offer advice, ...

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