If you're getting started in C++, I strongly recommend this book.
In an attempt to make up for this, a "line-by-line" analysis of the code is offered after each sample listing, but that only spawns more problems.
This book is amazing, I even carry it with me to my friend's house, it's not a boring book, it's addictive!
I bought this book because I was a huge fan of "Sam's Teach Yourself SQL in 10 minutes a day". Read morePublished 1 month ago by darthgumby
This book is very good in the early chapters. While reading this book, I've realized something about this TYPE of book (no italics here, I guess): pre-formatted, serialized books... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert W. Klein
I bought this book 15 years ago so i don't remember anything about it or even why i bought it.... but i can't program c++ so what dose that tell you....Published 15 months ago by Therese A Penello
This book does contain some decent information, but so much of the volume is devoted to simple boilerplate code for the examples, that it's hardly worth the trouble. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Stinkfoot
I always need to learn IT topics quickly and this helped. I went though college prior to a lot of schools having Computer Science degree programs and most of the ones that did had... Read morePublished 19 months ago by David J. Javier
So, you can't really learn C++ in 24 hours. Well, I can't. But the book's title and some of the layout would lead one to believe that it's that simple. It's not. Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by Melanie D. Popper
This book saved my a** when I found I was on an incomprehensible C++ university course. I already knew how to program in C and BASIC at the time I bought the book but was... Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by Sean
First, don't believe anyone who can claim to teach you Java in 24 hours - it's like trying to learn French in a day. Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by James Beswick