Re: Gtkmm and C++ book

On Sat, May 20, 2006 at 12:11:16PM -0300, Arthur Maciel wrote:
> By the questions I make here, I believe it is possible to notice I'm
> not a proficient programmer. I've read the Gtkmm book online and
> comprehended most of the content, but even though, I would like to
> know (and this is kind of off-topic) if you recommend any good C++
> book that points to object orientation and could serve as a C++
> reference, too. I've read a C++ book (Brazilian one), but it is
> superficial on many points, and I'm reading Design Patterns (Gamma)
> now.
> Do you have any other suggestions?

I find Deitel & Deitel's "C++ How to Program" to be pretty good for that
stuff and a general referece on C++.  It's fairly dense, but decently
laid out.

- Michael

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