Monty.Tremblay answered on September 18th 19 at 23:49
Stanley Lippman C++ Primer
Stroustrup Principles and Practice Using C++ 2ed
And after these - Scott Myers
soledad.Bailey71 answered on September 18th 19 at 23:51
The last book Deitel I really liked... Well it reveals the topic. A lot of examples.. and tasks after chapters on the growth of complexity! recommend!
stanley23 answered on September 18th 19 at 23:53
B. Stroustrup, his books read, he is the Creator of C++
Sasha95 answered on September 18th 19 at 23:55
1. Book Laforêt not ... it felt good at the time, seemed like a "windows-centric". Firstly for development, which recommended there exists only under windows, as well as at the initial stages of learning requires libraries that only under Windows is. (in Russian translation a lot of typos, sometimes very significant)
2. Very much, everything is explained in detail, what Laforêt.For me it was a plus that the author has not remained in the stone age and don't forget about C++11. (read it in English, so translation won't say anything)
3. Didn't read, but they say that this is also a great book.