What is the best book or books to learn C++ programming

@justnitya (1393)
February 16, 2010 11:45am CST
Please give me a top 10 or top 5 books to learn C++. I am interested in knowing books for both beginers and experts.
2 responses
@aditya149 (291)
• Sweden
20 Sep 10
for beginners E BALAGURUSWAMY book is preferable. we can get the basics very easily using the book. and for experts , the complete reference book is always available..
@darkdeivu (257)
• Philippines
27 Apr 10
Try the "The Art of Computer Programming" by Donald Knuth is at the top of that list. A lot of good books claim to be for a particular languageand really apply to all languages. For example, I've got a book called "C++ Simulations and Cellular Automata" that I haven't gotten into yet. It's from pre-Standard C++, so a little quirky, but you can take any of the ideas and apply it to your favorite language. I did that with "Programming Sudoku", which contains code for VB, but could easily be ported to wxWidgets, gtkmm, etc with C++.