Top 10 C++ Books (Beginner & Advanced)

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Top 10 C++ Books (Beginner & Advanced)

So, a lot of you guys requested a Top 10 C++ Books and well… There you have it!

Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of different Top Books on my channel. I figured it is an awesome way of providing a good way to start for those who want to learn new programming languages or even for those people that want to study more about a specific language.

So, in this video I’ll give you my Top 10 C++ Books. This will be an awesome resource for those who want to learn C++, especially nowadays if a lot of information overload. Having focus and knowing where you want to go will definitely make a big difference on how fast you’ll learn C++

If you don’t know, C++ is one of the most popular programming languages nowadays. It is a robust language and here are only a few of its pros:

– Is extremely popular, and therefore lots of support is available.
– Has a large base of freely available code for download, while also supporting direct integration with ASM and C.
– Is very powerful, and can be used to create just about any program, including low-level system programs.
– There is a compiler for C++ on every major operating system. C++ programs that are purposely written for portability will work on many major operating systems with little change in code.
– C++ is a language which is compiled (transformed from human readable code to low-level machine code), so it can often run faster than languages such as Java, Python, and C#; as it does not depend on an interpreter or a “run-time environment” which must be loaded beforehand.
– Has a long established usage base that likely guarantees support for the language will continue for quite some time.
– Many languages are based off of C/C++, such as Java, so knowledge in C++ will make it easier to understand these languages.
– Has a relatively small associated C++ Standard Library as compared to languages such as Java’s Standard Platform SDK or C#’s .NET Framework, permitting greater versatility and reducing the system footprint of resulting compilations.
– Has been standardized by the International Standards Association as ISO/IEC 14882 with significant versions of the standard released in 1998, 2003 and 2011.
– Has a significant number of open source libraries available, including the Boost which are freely and widely available.

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31 thoughts on “Top 10 C++ Books (Beginner & Advanced)

  1. I am teaching myself at home. I have a book I really like it starts with very basics and goes up to intermediate topics. It touches on Error Handling and STL. It is called " Object Oriented Programming in C++," by Robert Lafore. Currently, I am 2/3 of the way through … just not sure where i should be going next ….

  2. fucking bulldog even back then. you used always enter into breast mode hen talking about C++. sure "no one uses it", but you need to be fucking dedicated to master it.

  3. nice biceps, but you need to work your chest so your belly doesnt accentuate like that. Maybe your shirt is too tight? Anyway niceworkout video

  4. This page has a really well curated list of books from beginner to master

  5. You don't know anything but you are making a video !!! Funny thing!you are suggesting so many useless books but forget the most important book "The c++: complete reference"and c++: beginners guide" which is written by Herbert schildt who was a member IN ANSI(American nation standardization institute)

  6. Are you kidding me? If you read the principles and practice using c++ book you wouldn't have even mentioned it…

  7. What Old C++? C++ is perhaps the most backward compatible language. The reason it i so fucked up…

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