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KingMilo
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Hey All, hope everyone is doing absolutely well, need some advice/help i'm kind of stuck and overwhelmed at the moment :"D. I Really would like to get back into c++, i have not done much programming for quite a good few months on this particular programming language, i love to learn by doing and following examples, if someone could recommend me some good books or other resources i'd be very grateful :=), or some good tips onto getting back into this language :-).

Thank you once again for taking the time to read through my question :D.

Milo <3 :D

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    How much experience did you have before you stopped? Also what kind of C++ programming? Hardware, Game dev, something else?
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    @Codex404 Honestly about 4 months :-), mostly done from university work. Im honestly really interested in HFT sort of stuff :D, im not too sure what level is really needed to get into such a topic though,.
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    Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of C++, has a couple of excellent books about his language. I have one of them at home and I started teaching myself with it, but I don’t have a lot of time for that nowadays :/

    Anyway, check out his website: http://stroustrup.com/books.html/
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    @RantSomeWhere hey mate :-) appreciate the kind response! I’ll definitely check it out :-).
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    @RantSomeWhere one question in regards to teaching yourself with the books, do you simply just follow the code that’s written on the book or what is the best method of learning with the books? :-) I just want some insight with how people learn with these books if that’s all good 😊.
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    @KingMilo it’s pretty straightforward, I just follow the book. Of course, it offers a couple of exercises which i sometimes deviate a bit from (to make the task more interesting or simply out of curiosity and will to experiment).

    Anyway, have fun!
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    @RantSomeWhere thanks mate, appreciate the help as always 🤓🥂👍🏼
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