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I'm trying to learn C++ at the minute and I've managed to get over the basics, I/O, Conditionals, Repetition up to and a bit of pointers.

Now what I'm wondering is should I get a textbook that is solely on C++, eg. Barjne Soustroups one, and learn specifically C++.

Or learn by doing problems on places like Project Euler and prehaps maybe a book on another topic that's written in C++, specifically something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/032144146X/?tag=pfamazon01-20 , and learn from the code examples and practice?

Now what I'm wondering is should I get a textbook that is solely on C++, eg. Barjne Soustroups one, and learn specifically C++.

Or learn by doing problems on places like Project Euler and prehaps maybe a book on another topic that's written in C++, specifically something like this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/032144146X/?tag=pfamazon01-20 , and learn from the code examples and practice?

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