Recommended C++ tutorials?

dudebob
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I seriously doubt this belongs here, but didn't see where it would fit, so I went with the forum with the most people viewing. I'm looking to learn C++ and was wondering if anyone could recommend a good online tutorial from this list http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=C%2B%2B+tutorial
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Seriously, buy a book about C++ and learn by doing. That's the best tutorial there is.

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Usually the "best" tutorial is the cheapest one that works. So just click on the first result you come across and give it a shot. If you happen to learn C++ from it, sweet, if not, try the next link :-p

I found the tutorial on http://www.cplusplus.com (which just happens to be the #1 result in your list :-p) to be perfectly adequate. There's a lot to learn past where that tutorial finishes, but it's a decent starting point for sure.
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I am going back to this page over and over:
http://www.cppreference.com/

and Bruce Eckel's books are always brilliant:
http://www.janiry.com/bruce-eckel/

and of course as Taxxodium sais, learn by doing it just write some basic code that overuses C++ functionality so you can understand it better.

also lol, wtf you want people to look at good results for you O_o.

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dudebob
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unknown Wrote:I am going back to this page over and over:
http://www.cppreference.com/

and Bruce Eckel's books are always brilliant:
http://www.janiry.com/bruce-eckel/

and of course as Taxxodium sais, learn by doing it just write some basic code that overuses C++ functionality so you can understand it better.

also lol, wtf you want people to look at good results for you O_o.

lol nah, I didn't expect that. Just thought maybe if I threw a list out there people could point me in the direction of one that they used in the past.
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