[lug] Good up-to-date C++ books

Matthew Beldyk matt at beldyk.org
Mon Aug 16 18:00:13 MDT 2010

+1 for Meyers Effective C++

On Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 4:53 PM, Davide Del Vento
<davide.del.vento at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What would you recommend as a good book for learning current C++?
> I have (only) 3 C++ books in my library:
> http://books.google.com/books?uid=15119766086808823530
> I'd recommend Meyers', but you should wait for suggestions from
> somebody that read dozens of books on the subject.
> If you are like me, you prefer to buy in a local store and not online.
> I surely bought Meyers locally (I think at BordersBookstore, but not
> 100% sure).
>> Preferably NOT Microsoft centric.   (I shouldn't have to say that on
>> this list, right?)
> No risk on that side if you look at my stuff.
> At most you might get confused and buy a book on diapers, potty
> training (*) and the likes :-)
> HTH,
> ;Dav
> (*) actually very successful, I strongly recommend that book if any of
> you is in that phase of parenting
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