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"Object-Oriented Programming in C++" begins with the basic principles of the C++ programming language and systematically introduces increasingly advanced topics while illustrating the OOP methodology. While the structure of this book is similar to that of the previous edition, each chapter reflects the latest ANSI C++ standard and the examples have been thoroughly revised ...more
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Published December 18th 1997 by Que (first published January 1995)
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Mahmoud Samy
The best book for newbies in C++.
While this book doesn't go into more advanced topics (such as the Standard Template Library) it's an excellent introduction to the C++ language and object oriented programming. It requires no programming knowledge before-hand making it an excellent textbook for somebody wishing to learn programming from the start.

If one's introduction to programming is via a low-level language like C++ then any other language will be easy to tackle. It's an excellent spring-board and I credit it for launching my
Rob Loach
I learned the majority of what I know about object oriented patterns and C++ syntax from this book. Awesome resource and learning tool.
I found it confusing when I started learning C++ although it's meant for beginners.
Akbar E-z
Buku bagi yang mau belajar dasar konsep OOP langsung implementasi ke bahasa Pemrograman C++.
Anees Ahmed
This is the book i like the most out of my course books.
Good book. We've had it in our shelves right after doing GW-BASIC at home. Though, I never found C++ to be productive or enjoyable, did some more in college. I still don't, hence my dislike for Java, PHP and the like. Although it's not syntactic dislike, I do like javascript ;)

Memorables - description of the time since when Robert started programming - "... when 4KB of RAM was luxurious ... "
Nathan Glenn
Why it's good: it's common and therefore cheap; fairly comprehensive; doesn't seem to assume any previous programming experience. If you have programmed before, you can skim a lot of the chapters. If you're a Java programmer like me, then you will be happy to have the detailed explanations of pointers and references. It also comes with some good references in the back.
Markham Anderson
I've read good CS textbooks and bad. This one was poor: it delivered the essential material and good programming practices, but I think I would not have had a good handle on the concepts if I had not already known C and OOP.
Bishoy Soliman
i had read this book for only the part of the structure programming in c++ which i love the most , it simplifies the ways , have alot of exercises and the programs have alot of ideas but they was so easy
Esraa Ibrahim
Easy to start with this book when you are a beginner, has a lot of important basics that we should be aware of. It makes me love programming.
Fahad Naeem
One of the best books ever written on C++ Programming. A recommended one for Programming students.
Object-Oriented Programming in C (4th Edition) (Kaleidoscope) by Robert Lafore (2001)
An Awesome book to read if you want to start learning C++.
Michele Milliner
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The best programming book i have ever read (3 times)
Sayedhadi Hashemi
The best C++ prOgramming bOok I read ever
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Sourav Bhattacharya
The best book on OOP and c++ I have read so far.
Niraj Niraula
wiiling to be genius after reading this book
Alexander Lopatin
The best book for newbies in C++.
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