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Where can I get the resourse code of the book named "Ivor Horton's Beginning C++: The complete language"?
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Personaly I recommend Ivor Horton's other book Beginning Visual C++ 6. Beginning Visual C++ 6 is very good book. It covers everything one needs to know for a solid understanding of C++ language. Not a short tutorial, it covers literaly every fundermental concept and reinforces it with good examples and important tips. Beginning C++ is longer true but the extra concepts can be easily grasped by using MSDN

The second half of the book teaches one to write windows programs with the MFC. The tutorial is very nice as the reader writes a complex drawing program over several chapters. Really makes you feel having accompoloshed something.

It also gives a short primer on Win32 programming. So in one book the reader learns a comprehensive deal about both C++ and windows programming. Personaly I started with zero C++ knowledge and Beginning Visual C++ 6 did a good job at teaching me.

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Hi,

If you are specific to the book you mentione. You can use the following URL to read some customer reviews:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...glance&s=books


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Hi Guys,
How are u doin'?
I just got that book,and begin to study..))))
A great book...
But i need the model answers for the examples.!!!
I could not find it on web page(www.wrox.com) that says on the book.
i hope u'll help me.
thanks,

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I have the book, and it's not very basic. I would not recommend it for someone who has never took a class in C++. I would recommend something more basic:)


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 Thanks Alan-LB for your suggestion. I'll take a look at SAMS "Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours". I appreciate you giving me all the details (ISBN,software,etc)...very helpful. You are right about Turbo C++ availability. I couldn't find a copy of the suggested Turbo C++ book that I could quickly flip through at the local book store. Also thank you for clearing up Turbo C++.


Still no readers for Ivor Horton's Beginning C++ book?

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 Hi Guys,
How are u doin'?
I just got that book,and begin to study..))))
A great book...
But i need the model answers for the examples.!!!
I could not find it on web page(www.wrox.com) that says on the book.
i hope u'll help me.
thanks,


is someone to answer me the questions

Thanx

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I can't help you getting those answers...but If you have any problems or you stuck with something you can always post here...you get your answers here
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Bruce Eckel Thinking in C++ Vol.1 & 2 is very good and complete
You can download it as an e-book.
Be warned: C++ is very complicated...

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I am looking for the code samples and work code for the book - Ivor Horton's Beginning C++ = ISBN 1-861000-12X

I realize that it is old, but a friend gave it to me to start learning code, and would like to have the samples to work with as I go through the book.

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