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    Which is better method to start learn C++?

    I have 3 variant to start . First variant , it's to buy books on C++ and study by myself . Second variant , it's take any online course from here https://skillcombo.com/topic/c-plus-plus/ , third variant to find mentor , but It would be expensive for me.

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    Re: Which is better method to start learn C++?

    The best on-line free resource to learn C++ is https://www.learncpp.com/

    For a book, IMO the best to learn from is Ivor Horton's Beginning C++: From Novice To Professional
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Beginning-C...835/ref=sr_1_1

    If you have C++ questions then you can always ask on this forum (other forums are also available)

    I don't know about any specific on-line courses, but some general feedback I've heard is that the quality is not always good, don't always teach C++ current good practice and sometimes it's difficult to get hold of anyone to help.
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