noims at tuatha.org wrote:
> > Ross Lynch writes:
> > > I found Herbert Schildt's 'C++ From The Ground Up' to be good. IIRC it's
> > > McGraw-Hill.
> > Beware. Schildt's books are crap.
>> I'm using his 'Teach yourself C++' to do just that. I've found it very
> good (so far, that is) for someone who knows C well. The thing I
> like most about it is it's crammed with exercises... I'm a big
> believer in learning by using.
>> I'd be interested in knowing why you say his books are crap. Am I making a big mistake?
Well the code in his books is crap, and always has been. If you are going to write
a book to teach people you should put more effort into correctness, and good
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