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    Tutorials

    I'm currently looking for intermediate level C++ tutorials. Something with STLs, windows GUI and android application.

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    Re: Tutorials

    Well standard c++ doesn't include gui. If you need gui you need to use 3rd party.

    For STL, I can suggest books that cover STL, but not specific on-line tutorials.

    There is the on-line c++ reference site https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp which describes the STL but isn't really a tutorial.
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    Re: Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by 2kaud View Post
    Well standard c++ doesn't include gui. If you need gui you need to use 3rd party.

    For STL, I can suggest books that cover STL, but not specific on-line tutorials.
    I'm good with books, I don't need any more. I need tutorials that I can attempt to further broaden my knowledge. Most books, if not all have long notes that explains, but doesn't give much handson practise. When it comes to Java or C# or even Python, there are heaps and heaps of good resources.

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    Re: Tutorials

    There are some c++ 'cook-books' which give plenty of examples for STL.

    A couple come to mind. These are also available for download.

    Packt
    - C++17 STL cookbook https://www.packtpub.com/product/c-1.../9781787120495

    - Mastering C++STL https://www.packtpub.com/product/mas.../9781787126824
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    Re: Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by 2kaud View Post
    There are some c++ 'cook-books' which give plenty of examples for STL.

    A couple come to mind. These are also available for download.

    Packt
    - C++17 STL cookbook https://www.packtpub.com/product/c-1.../9781787120495

    - Mastering C++STL https://www.packtpub.com/product/mas.../9781787126824
    Ohhh!! Wow, thanks in millions.

    Can I suggest something. Since CG is one of the oldest programming forums, with people having experience in almost all languages and platforms. WIll it be possible for codeguru to create some tutorials for begginers and intermediate programmers.

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    Re: Tutorials

    Quote Originally Posted by rockz View Post
    Most books, if not all have long notes that explains, but doesn't give much handson practise.
    The C++ guidelines may not fit the bill perfectly, but it does demonstrate modern C++ usage (according to Stroustrup and Sutter, two prominent figures in the evolution of C++),

    https://github.com/isocpp/CppCoreGui...eGuidelines.md

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    Re: Tutorials

    WIll it be possible for codeguru to create some tutorials for begginers and intermediate programmers.
    For a tutorial, have a look at https://www.learncpp.com/ - although it's somewhat light on the STL.

    Codeguru has c++ articles (see https://www.codeguru.com/cplusplus/ )

    Rather than articles, you might be interested in various C++ blogs. Consider:

    https://www.fluentcpp.com/
    https://www.cppstories.com/
    http://www.modernescpp.com/index.php
    https://mariusbancila.ro/blog/
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    Re: Tutorials

    A friend of mine of mine suggeted the book:

    The C++ Workshop

    Has anyone come across this title?

    I appreciate all the comments given and I really hope readers in the future also benefit from the contributions.

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    Sorry, no. I have no knowledge of that book. But from it's contents it looks just like a C++ intro book.
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