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The Beginner's Guide to C++ (Beginner's Guides) by Oleg Yaroshenko
4.0 out of 5 stars a bit too old, 19 Dec 2010
just a word of warning that this book is of an older version, if you are using the newest version of C++, you will encounter some errors when using the codes in this book. but a well-written book
An Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations&hellip by James C. Robinson
7 of 15 people found the following review helpful
It's a very good book,with many examples and plenty of exercises,I bought it because its recommended by my uni.But the downside is the exercises don't have solutions! I haven't done any of them because you never know what you do is right or wrong,which is very irritating!
Teach Yourself Beginner's German (Teach Yourself L&hellip by Rosi McNab
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book is brilliant I must admit,but it is sold with the CD, and when I played my CD, it only had the first five chapters, the other ones were just missing,it has about fiften chapters, although the whole pack was wrapped when I bought it. So beware when you buy!