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le samedi 23 juin 2012 dans le thème :
-The C Book
by Mike Banahan, Declan Brady and Mark Doran is an introduction to C for experienced programmers. The print edition, first published in 1991, is no longer in print.
is a free e-book by Frank B. Brokken of the University of Groningen. He uses it as the primary text of his course on C++, and it's written for programmers already familiar with C
-How to Think Like a Computer Scientist C++ Version
is the C++ "port" of Allen B. Downey's classic introduction to programming. The Python version has been used by MIT for its introduction to programming. It assumes no prior programming experience.
There are also versions in Python and Java, and a Ruby version is in progress
-Thinking in C++
by Bruce Eckel aims to "move you, a little at a time, from understanding C to the point where the C++ mindset becomes your native tongue." It's written with the expectation that the learner have existing knowledge of C syntax.. It begins by introducing object oriented programming and moves into covering more advanced C++ over the course of two volumes
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