From: Ronny Bangsund (fvacuum at domain yahoo.com)
Date: Wed 22 Sep 1999 - 16:54:22 IST
--- "Breathnach, Proinnsias(Dublin)" <breatpro at domain MLE.CO.UK>
> Guys (and Girls),
> Anyone want to recommend a good C / C++ book ??
Anything by Sedgewick. And check out Thinking in C++,which is
available for download on bruceeckel.com. Huge tome. Much
good stuff. There's also a relatively recent O'Reilly book
with some good advice. I like the simplification of the 15
operator precedence rules; the author reduced it to two rules,
of which I only remember the second: "Parentheses around
anything you're unsure of." :)
Also, get Kernighan & Richie's own book.
If you can't afford the original K&R C book, which IS
overpriced, go grab it from this fugitive's homepage:
O- Nny, Y2Day-compliant
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