An assortment of (hopefully) interesting web pages.
|Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of C++ and the greatest C++ guru||Bjarne's homepage. A number of good documents, for example C++ Style and Technique FAQ.|
|On the web: C++ books, introductions, magazines, FAQ's||From Bruce Eckel's Mindview Inc. you can download free C++ (and Java) books, for example Thinking in C++. |
University of Wisconsin: C++ tutorial for Java programmers (rather trivial and tiresome).
TutorGig has lists of language introductions, also C++.
Dr. Dobb's Journal sometimes has good C++ articles.
cplusplus.com has lots of information.
C++ FAQ Lite. C++ Style and Technique FAQ (Stroustrup).
|Real printed books. Read user reviews on Amazon or on wiki.||Scott Meyers has written three very good books (Effective C++, More Effective C++, Effective STL). I haven't read his latest, Effective Modern C++, but I expect that it is equally good.|
|C++ compilers. We cannot advise on choosing or help with installation of compilers.||Compiler lists from Bruce Eckel, thefreecountry.com.|
|STL, C++ and C library documentation.||http://www.sgi.com/tech/stl/Full references: cppreference.com and cplusplus.com. |
About the C library: also try the manpages.
|Obfuscated C||The obfuscated Twelve Days of Christmas program shown at the first lecture: poem.c. Compile and link with |