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Recommended C++/STL Reading

I've read a number of articles/books on general C++ programming and have created my own personal list of books that are a requirement in your own cube. It is my opinion that anything Scott Meyers writes is worth reading. They are always informative and interesting.

  1. Effective C++ (3rd ed.)
  2. More Effective C++
  3. Effective STL

They are great to keep around if you are like me and can't remember all the topics you've read in the past. Others?



posted by Gilemonster @ 10:47 PM,


At 9:39 PM, Blogger e6rock9 said...

I have found another good book for c++ programming is "Data Structures and Problem Solving Using C++" by Mark Allen Weiss. This book contains some very powerful algorithms implemented with examples in C++.


At 10:12 PM, Blogger Gilemonster said...

I've also heard that one of the great things about Weiss' book is that a number of helpful examples make the teaching method easier. For a good free C++ book, check out Bruce iEckel's Thinking In C++. Here's the link.



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