I need to know this, plz help

Someone recommended this in order to learn c++:
ISO 14882:1998 (the original language definition)
ISO 14882:2003 (the bugfix and still current legal standard)
ISO DTR 19768:2005 (the TR1 library extension)
ISO 14882:2011 (the new standard, in print)
R their books Which tittles should i use in order to download them? I'm really confused now.
No point in reading old standards so just read ISO 14882:2011 (C++11) but if you don't know the language I doubt reading the standard will be the best way to learn. Read a good book instead. I don't know good books so I just give you a link http://jcatki.no-ip.org/fncpp/Resources
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well, i wanna start learning. I didn't qite understand ur answer. So u r telling me ISO 14882:2011 (C++11) s all need and the others i've mentioned r useless, right? SO u think i can start learing using the one u recommend?
SO u think i can start learing using the one u recommend?


If it's your first programming language, it would be very, very difficult to learn it by reading that document.
Get a good book.
Look i've downloaded: C++11 - Language Specification ISO+IEC+14882-2011 - I, is this is it, the ISO 14882:2011 (C++11) ?
Besides this, i've also downloaded these books:
The C++ Programming Language
More Exceptional C++
More effective C++
Exceptional c++
Effective STL-revised
Effective C++ 3rd edition
C++ Template Metaprogramming
C++ Modern C++ Design - Generic Programming and Design Patterns Applied
Where do i get started? What should i read and what shouldn' t i read? In what order should i read these books? Plz help me out. Thx.
None of those are suitable for beginners. Some of them are really, really not.

Try here: http://cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
Moschops ( n whoever can help), In what order should i read the books after i've finished learning the tutorial?
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