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C(++) Home - Schooling, any suggestions?

By paula_hayward ·
I want to teach myself C / C++ while I finish my MCSE, any suggestions on reading material or sites?

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some notes on that

by billhine In reply to C(++) Home - Schooling, a ...

i'm doing the same thing while i'm getting ciw certified. i'm studying vc++ 6.0 pro (ebay, $110), c++ builder 3.0 pro (free through a british magazine), turbo c/c++ builder 5.5 (downloaded through borland's web site. also i took a free c++ class on hope that helps.

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More C++ Resources...

by jbelina In reply to C(++) Home - Schooling, a ...

For some more resources on learning Visual C++, check out (they have free books online including the QUE Special Edition Using Visual C++ 6) and (where they have free training in Visual C++).

You might also wantto check out the MS Press book that comes with a Visual C++ compiler which is "Microsoft? Visual C++? 6.0 Deluxe Learning Edition", check out and you should be able to get it for around $100...

You also might consider one of the free C++ compilers if you are looking to learn C++ itself, and not necessarily Microsoft's Visual C++.

Good Luck!
Jeff M. Belina

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by lincoln13 In reply to More C++ Resources...

where due i get the free c++ compilers
thank you

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Free C++ Compilers

by mcdba In reply to c++

I haven't used any of these, but here are a couple of sites to get you started...

Please let me know what you think of them, the comments I've seen so far are pretty good!

Jeff M. Belina


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C++ schooling

by jshanki In reply to C(++) Home - Schooling, a ...

Hi -

U have a lot of resource on the web.. just go to and to their technical site, u can have a lot of free stuff.
And u can download free book of bruce eckel for c++.


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by jdmercha In reply to C(++) Home - Schooling, a ...

There are a lot of good options out there. There are many books you could purchase and there is a lot of free information on the web. But whatever you do you'll need to pick up a copy of C++ to practice with. Any variety will do. If you live near a large college, check out their bookstore for an academic version.

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