Hello, I am definitely an amateur when it comes to programming, I've learnt the basics from the website but it would be nice to re-enforce my knowledge by reading it from a book. I travel allot and am a keen reader so it would be perfect for me to enjoy some casual learning while on a long trip, was wondering if anybody knew of any in depth tutorial books on C++, price is irrelevant, if it's expensive, I'll save up for it.
Printing of the tutorial and reading of it isn't a good response.
Way back in my freshman year in college, we were given a book or the c resource book as my instructor would say. It was entitled The C programming language co authored by the main man himself, Dennis Ritchie. I would have to say that it was a lot of help as it went through a lot of topics. It provided a complete list of header files and syntax. Though, you will probably learn faster by doing it first hand.