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by winter_blue
2018-04-11
I strongly prefer text over video[1], and the best book on modern C++ is "Effective Modern C++" by Scott Meyers: https://www.amazon.com/Effective-Modern-Specific-Ways-Improv...

[1] I wish people invested more time/effort in writing good textbooks instead of videos/MOOCs.


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by lj3
2017-02-06
I think you mean "Effective Modern C++". The two you mention predate C++11.

https://www.amazon.com/Effective-Modern-Specific-Ways-Improv...


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by tjr
2014-12-23
I've not read it, but the author's other books have been well-regarded for years:

http://www.amazon.com/Effective-Modern-Specific-Ways-Improve...


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by gbersac
2014-12-15
What are the reference of the books you are talking about ? Is it this two ones : http://www.amazon.fr/Effective-Modern-Specific-Ways-Improve-...

http://www.amazon.fr/C-Programming-Language-4th-ebook/dp/B00...

Note that they are both quite expensive. I am a student and it is not nothing to pay for this books.


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