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  • A Beginners C++ super hot updated
    This page contains a draft version of A Beginners' C++, in Postscript and HTML format.
    URL: http://www.uow.edu.au/~nabg/ABC/ABC.html (Hits: 29246, Rating (Rate it): 2.35714285714286)
  • A COOL Picker Library with full Source Code super hot
    A COOL Picker Library with full C++ Source Code,it looks like photoshop or fontpage's drop down picker
    URL: http://www.ucancode.net/Products/free%20product/colorpicker.htm (Hits: 7217, Rating (Rate it): 4.6)
  • Beginner Developer's Blog super hot
    Just a little blog that covers some of the more basic programs that beginners have trouble with. Anyone is invited to contribute.
    URL: http://beginnerdeveloper.wordpress.com/ (Hits: 3258, Rating (Rate it): 1)
  • C++: A Dialog super hot updated
    Steve Heller's book for C and C++ beginners, available free, online.
    URL: http://www.steveheller.com/cppad/cppad.htm (Hits: 9956, Rating (Rate it): 1.2)
  • General C++ FAQ super hot
    A FAQ that serves as brief introduction to C++.
    URL: http://www.cplusplus.com/info/faq.html (Hits: 11511, Rating (Rate it): 2.66666666666667)
  • HitMill.com - Beginner C++ Programming super hot
    A solid Web jumping off point for those wanting to learn C++; includes researched article, "The History of C++
    URL: http://www.hitmill.com/programming/cpp/cpp.html (Hits: 11923, Rating (Rate it): 2.66666666666667)
  • Learn C/C++ Today super hot updated
    Contains information on books and tutorials about C++ programming.
    URL: http://cyberdiem.com/vin/learn.html (Hits: 11130, Rating (Rate it): 1.66666666666667)
  • Programming in C++ : Rules and Recommendations super hot updated
    The purpose of this document is to define one style of programming in C++. The rules and recommendations presented here are not final, but should serve as a basis for continued work with C++. This collection of rules should be seen as a dynamic document; suggestions for improvements are encouraged. A form for requesting new rules or changes to rules has been included as an appendix to this document.
    URL: http://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/lab/cplus/c++.rules/ (Hits: 8484, Rating (Rate it): 1.71428571428571)

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