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Book Review: C++ Without Fear

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A C++ book for beginning programmers...
While the book is aimed at the beginner, mention is made that the book would serve the C programmer wanting to learn C++. However the book is pitched at such a level that any competent programmer is likely to be irritated rather than enlightened. The overly simplistic approach makes this unsuitable for existing C developers, who will want something that moves at a faster pace and goes into greater depth.
 read more | score:5627 | -Ray, November 17, 2004
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