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Tell me, please, a good C++ book for a person with knowledge C # at a good level.

Such so that the foundations of the type “What is a variable” are not explained, but it has been described specific things for C++, such as working with pointers, header files, etc.

In principle, you can both in English.

Answer 1, Authority 100%

The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup. – language itself.

C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition) by Steven Prarata. – + Laboratory workshop.

Answer 2, Authority 43%

Herbert Shildt “Full C++ Handbook” Fourth Edition.

Answer 3, Authority 29%

Bjarne Stroustrup “Programming: Principles and Practises Using C++”
In the Russian version “Programming. Principles and practice of using C++”

Answer 4, Authority 14%

Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days Fifth Edition
Jesse Liberty.

There is both in Russian, but there they translated people non-intelligent as it seems related to programming. But if you are interested in English, then you can. In addition, if you already know how to something. Explained to understand, examples are not bad, there are listers after which a mandatory analysis. So for a month and a half will be easily in C++ standard oriented))

Answer 5, Authority 14%

It seems to me that this book will be for you!
It is for the transition with C++ on C # but it will come for both for you, as the examples of code are given on C++ and on C #.

Answer 6

Not bad books from my “Gold Archive”:

The book is written in a very affordable language:

"Laphore R. Object-oriented programming on C++"

and how more sharpened under the platform. The book is good for those who experience a certain confusion in front of Visual Studio – roughly speaking, the book is intended for those who are not familiar with the development environment interface and wants to be taught to handle it in parallel with the study of C++:

"Prokhorenok N.A. - C++ programming in Visual Studio 2010 Express - 2010"

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