I don't really know where to begin and i'm not always on internet because i'm doing martial art so i need a a good book that i can bring with me. I have an programming friend but i lost contact to him he said i should get a book with c++11 i've no really idea how many c++ version are there.
The thing with online tutorials is they're not really definitive (on a given subject that is, not the language). I use this site and Learncpp.com, then when I got C++ Primer 5th I was gob smacked at the important little things here and there missed out elsewhere. Primer 5th is also heavily revised for C++11 so you have my recommendation. The books a bit daunting though if you have no programming experience. You could check out a PDF of it...
I find a website and a book make a good combo. Good luck! :)
I thought it was it does have a basic "Hello World" program in the first chapter, but now that I look at it more it is slightly more advanced than I thought it was. I have been planning on getting it and didn't look at how it started out; I was getting because it was kinda advanced by the end.
For an absolute beginner, it may be worth taking a look at: "Programming -- Principles and Practice Using C++"
by Bjarne Stroustrup
I would recommend: "C++ Primer (5th Edition)"
by Stanley B. Lippman et al
but I'm not sure if it is suitable if you are an absolute beginner.
cppprogrammer297, I have just got the 4th edition of "The C++ Programming Language". This is the third copy of the book I have owned, I have never regretted buying it and I have found it challenging in a good way.