From: md656 (md656_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-01 15:11:01
> I am looking for some collaboration - to work on some C++ projects.
> Can some one please invite me to work along and share ideas. I am
> looking for a C++ mentor so that I can interact with the language. Any
> Ideas on how I ought to go about in getting this kind of guidance?
You have a number of options:
1. From the Internet: discussion groups (from yahoogroups there are many
just search for words like "cpp", "c-prog", etc), newsgroups, teaching
2. Books. There are many on the market. I suggest you buy "The Accelerated
C++" by A. Koenig. Then use The C++ programming Language by B. Stroustrup or
C++ Primer by S. Lippman. These books, IMO, must be in each C++ programmer
desk. Try to get C++ How to Program by Deitel & Deitel.
3. Subscribe to magazine like C/C++ journal. www.cuj.com
4. Code as you could. Study the error messages and you will soon get your
BTW, do you have any info on OO programming? It is essential to understand
OOP to master C++.
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