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TDDD33 Programming (C++)

Book Recommendations

There are many C++ books "out there". You are welcome to choose another than the main book, but make sure any book you get cover the new C++11 standard. Here follow a few recommendations. You may want a book better suited to your background and future. The course is not particulary bound to any book, but a book is recommended for reference. Try to take a look in a few books before you buy, if possible. The course leader may also have a few books to take a quick peek in.

One extra advantage of a book is that you can bring it to the exam.

Main course book

C++ Primer (5th Edition) by Stanley B. Lippman, Josée Lajoie and Barbara E. Moo (885 pages)
You will need 5th edition, as that will include the new features from the 2011 C++ standard.
ISBN-10: 0-321-71411-3, ISBN-13: 978-0-321-71411-4 (5th Edition)

Alternate books

6th C++ Primer Plus and 2nd Professional C++ are known to cover C++11.

Attending Advanced C++ course later?

If you intend to attend a course in advanced C++ you may want to take a look at Advanced C++ book recommendations.

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Last updated: 2013-09-01