Book: Thinking in C++ ?


Has anyone ever read or have the book 'Thinking in C++'.

Is is just like allot of the other C++ books or does it go into more detail about how things work in C++?

Just trying to get an idea.

"Thinking in C++" by Bruce Eckel is split into two volumes, both of which are available for free.

And yes, it goes into a lot of detail. However it is a little bit outdated.
That book was written with the C++98 standard in mind.
Since then, a new standard appeared, C++11.

That is not to say the volumes are useless to read, just that since then C++ had improved.

So after you read them, you'll still have a bit of learning to do.

Here are some useful links you might want to bookmark:
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Thanks Catfish..
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