I was not sure where to post this so I put it in programming talk. I have been wanting to learn C++ for a while now. I purchased a book a long time ago, at the least it was over 5 years ago. The book is SAMS Teach Yourself C++ in 24 hours Second Edition.
I'm really thinking about purchasing this book - Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. III: Client-Server Programming and Applications, Linux/POSIX sockets version by Douglas Comer - but I have a few concerns...
1. Its the third is a series and I haven't read the first two, will this make the book hard - impossible to understand?
I have a small bit of C experience, and I'm familiar with OOP in Java, but I never took the time, or had the opportunity to really dig in to C++. So I'm looking for a good book that will provide me with a lot of information on the language itself instead of introducing me to programming using C++ as a language.
Or are there any comprehensive online resources available?
HMW wrote:Thanks. I have the K & R book already, also a book called Let Us C, on top of that I have a book called Beginning Linux Programming. The latter has an odd title since it exclusively deals with C. It should have been titled Beginning C Programming in Linux. But, I digress.Unia, you have mail!Best,HMWThere was no Linux when K&R was written.-H
I was wondering is anybody here has read "Practical Electronics for Inventors"
and if it is a good book.
I have gotten intrested in electronics but i know next to nothing about it
and so i was wondering if you know if thats a good book.
If not do you know any other book that is a good book on electronics?
Okay so I be sleepy I have heard of Raspberry Pi. But I actually don't know exactly what it is what is the main function is and what is actually supposed to be intended to used for. I talked to my psychology professor today who recommended that I get raspberry pie to learn a programming language.