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Good choice for newbies 11 Oct. 2012
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If you're new to coding and you insist on starting with C++, then this book is a good choice. The main features are all covered -- file handling, if-else, for loops, while loops, vectors, functions, arrays, pointers, and classes. This is a bare-bones account of the basic features of C++ and will get a beginner going. From this book a beginner can move on to the 1000-page books by Gaddis, Prata, Lippman et al, or Horton for a more ample coverage. The caveat is that you must be a complete beginner: if you already know something about coding (say you're coming from a Java background), you will find this book wanting. My only quibble is I wish the class composition example had been completely worked out and there was a bit more coverage of pointers.
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