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Best book to buy to learn C++ then to be able to code GUI?

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  1. Panarchy

    Panarchy New Member

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    Hello

    I have to learn C++ and how to code GUIs (for a new programming language).

    I need to be able to learn all this within a month.

    I have a little bit of experience (tiny bit of PERL, and tiny bit of Python... also a tiny bit of CSS & HTML). I have also done some very small C++ tutorials.

    So I probably know the most basic of basics.

    And I think myself a fast learner.

    So if someone can please recommend a book/ebook for me to read, study and learn, please tell me!

    I need to learn as much as I can, in as little time as possible!

    Thanks in advance for any suggestions,

    Panarchy
     
  2. asadullah.ansari

    asadullah.ansari TechCake

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    As from my point of view, Read
    1. "Thinking in C++ book"
    2. "ANSI/ISO C++ Professional Programmer's Handbook "
     
  3. Panarchy

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    Thanks for your reply. Just wondering, does it always take 6 months for a good reply on an online forum?

    :cuss:

    Sorry, but you suggested a bit late. I've decided (asked on other forums, thankfully) to review the book Sam's Teach Yourself C++ in One Hour a Day

    Thanks anyway,

    Panarchy
     
  4. asadullah.ansari

    asadullah.ansari TechCake

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    I did'nt see your posted date, Just i answer unanswered post...
     
  5. Panarchy

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    Well nonetheless, it took 6 months to get any sort of reply on this forum.

    Although thanks for replying succinctly.

    Panarchy
     
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    asadullah.ansari TechCake

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    Hi panachy !!! You are right but not like that .It may be some reason on that time But I am 100% sure in next time it never will be happened. In this forum people are active and u will get response fast now...

    One thing more one thread is already there in go4Expert where all important eBooks links available.... So it may heppen that people thought you might be searched.. But offcourse fault in us...So don't worry in future you will get fast response...
     
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    Hmm... maybe you're right.

    I'll give this forum one last chance...
     

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