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Chk this link for a good c/C++ pointer tutorial

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In my career as a C++ developer (10+yrs) i have yet to come across a book that can teach C++ as fluidly (to a absolute beginner) as the book called "C++ and Graphics" by Vijay Mukhi .
Actually the entire series of "C Odyssey" is fantastic.

However in terms of the complete language, nothing comes close to the classic "Annotated C++" by Bjarne Stroustroupe, which though out dated still is the basis for a lot of things in today's C++.

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