C-C++ books and tutorial

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    Basic Tutorials:
    Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ [Printing Version]
    Introduction to C and C++ Programming
    DaWei on Pointers
    Grumpy on C++ Exceptions
    Complete C++ Language Tutorial
    An Introduction to C++ and Object Oriented Programming,
    C++ in Action
    A Beginners C++
    C++ tutorial for C users
    C++ Programming Tutorial
    C++ Tutorials
    C++ Language Tutorial
    An Introduction to C++ Programming
    Beginning C++ Tutorials (About.com)
    From The Ground Up: A Guide to C++ (?)
    Introduction to C++ Programming I
    An Introduction to C++ Programming (Björn Fahller)
    Understanding C++: An Accelerated Introduction (Marshall Brain & Kelly Campbell)

    Advanced Tutorials:
    C++ Standard Template Library Programmer's Guide
    C++ Programming for Scientists
    C/C++ Reference
    SUN C++ User's Guide
    C++ Annotations
    Function Pointer Tutorials
    Object Oriented Programming
    An Introductory STL tutorial
    PROGRAMMING IN C++
    Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Using C++
    C++ Annotations Version 5.1.0b
    Compilers and Compiler Generators: an introduction with C++
    DevCentral Tutorials (Interface Technologies)
    Advanced C++ Tutorials (About.com)
    The Bits Tutorials (Jon Jenkinson et al.)
    Tutorials and References (Tina I. Seawell)
    C++ Annotations (Frank B. Brokken & Karel Kubat)
    C++ in Hypertext (Curtis Sollohub)
    C++ Programming Language Tutorials (Douglas C. Schmidt)
    Crash Course on STL (Osvaldo Pinali Doederlein)
    Course on OO Software Construction (Joe Sant)
    Crashproof C++ (Steve Litt)
    C++ tutorial for C users (Eric Brasseur)
    Learn C/C++ Today (Vinit Carpenter)
    Neil's C++ Stuff (Neil C. Obremski)
    Online C++ Tutorial (David Wegman)
    OWL HOW (Tenermerx Software)
    Pointers (Todd A. Gibson)
    STL Tutorial (Phil Ottewell)
    Well-mannered oo design in C++ (Taligent)

    Data Structures:
    Algorithms And Data Structures in C++
    Data Structures and Algorithms with Object-Oriented Design Patterns in C++

    EBooks:
    The_C++_Programming_Language_Third_Edition_by_Bjarne_Stroustrup.pdf - Link Removed - There are no legal free electronic copies of that book.
    Software Engineering using C++
    C++ Programming HOW-TO
    ANSI-ISO Pro. Programmers Handbook
    C++ Unleashed
    Thinking in C++, by Bruce Eckel, 2nd Edition, Vol. 2 [Download]
    Thinking in C++, by Bruce Eckel, 2nd Edition, Vol. 1 [Download]
    Download C++ Programming Book

    Open GL:
    OpenGL Coding Tutorials
    Lighthouse

    Books:
    List of Good C++ Books

    Feel free to add your or any other resources. PM Me
     
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    Re: C++ books and tutorial

    Which tutorial is the best recomended for begginers of C++ who don't know much yet?
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    Re: C++ books and tutorial

    All are good to start with. but the Bjarne Stroustrup's and 21 days are good to look at.
     
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    Re: C++ books and tutorial

    My vote goes to "Accelerated C++" Andrew Koenig & Barbara Moo
     
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    Mine goes to "Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Using C++". Really good doc
     
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