What to read on C++, after the City of Silda?

Good afternoon, I have a question that worries me very much.
I read the book of Herberta of Childt "C++ step by step". Did all the jobs invented for, something implemented.
I can say that well understood at the level where it is possible for a beginner. Understand how to operate some algorithms, pointers are stored as arrays..... etc. in memory.
Question: I don't know what to do next. My plan was after this book go to the Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ Stroustrup, but after the first program where he does a calculator and introduces concepts such as token, I felt that it is difficult for me.
What do I do next? Can you advise some book or more practice where.
Really need some advice.
Thank you.
April 3rd 20 at 18:27
2 answers
April 3rd 20 at 18:29
or more practice, that's where

Where, where... in the IDE! :)
Come up with your task and write it under the program. Get practice hands. Without having to actually write a piece of code from a textbook, and a full work program to go into advanced books is not worth it.
The program can be arbitrarily useless (for example, the file chooser sorting on the button these files in the order found in the names of numbers). The main thing - to bring it to working condition.
Look, I decided to write a bot for telegram in C++. And I just take to read their api and try to do something?
I previously had no programming experience) a plus 3 months of studying. - tyreek_Ki commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:32
@tyreek_Ki, well, all other-the "crosses" at least three past lives on With++ wrote.

I would not say that the telegram-bot - a good topic for the first program.
Just because there is a large part of the problems will have nothing to do with C++.
But if you need it enough to deal with all of the attendant problems, why not? - winona_Moscis commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:35
@winona_Moscis, That is, I pravelno you understand:
At this stage, I think of something, for example, a calculator and write it. And so on and on. Just keep practicing - tyreek_Ki commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:38
@tyreek_Ki, Yes, languages are studied hands.
The main thing - to understand what they are doing and how to do it - you can study in the course, to gain practical experience. - winona_Moscis commented on April 3rd 20 at 18:41
April 3rd 20 at 18:31
Alternatively, you can start reading about boost and stl and to look to books for more in-depth language for example:
Herb Sutter, "the Decision of challenging tasks on With++".
Scott Meyers, "Effective utilization With++".
Herb Sutter, "the Standards of programming in C++".

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