Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example

Author: Andrew Koenig, Barbara E. Moo


by anonymous   2018-05-09
@PetriuxDNezinau in this case, try to get at least comfortable with C `struct`s and use a list of those, because (ab)using plain C strings is not going to work in the long term, imho. Or at least use integer constants instead of C strings. If you want a good book to get up-to-speed with C++, you could read [Accelerated C++](
by i45_n5   2018-03-10
As for "Stop Teaching C" video one should also consider this book Alas, it is c++03. On the other hand it's relatively thin and it begins with the standard library (std::vectors, std::sort, std::string) from the first chapters. So I guess it was the first good book that didn't begin with C language from the start.