Hello everyone i am in the First Year of my engineering and new to learn Cpp Programming language, can anyone please suggest me the best books/tutorials and also the best Cpp IDE to run the C++ program?
Hello. There are many books about C++ learning - and many are bad. A few are really interesting. My first attempt to study C++ was using a tutorial series, not with books, but videos. For a few bucks, I bought access to tutorials on Udemy. I did this by learning in French language. So I cannot recommend it to you. Take a look at this one which seems to me really interesting in English. I wish you the best ++
However if you really want to read something in order to learn C++, I would like to recommend some books from Bjarne Stroustrup or Charles Petzold. Do you have any skill with coding? Maybe Python or something else?
PS : on Udemy, wait a few days. One/two times in a month, there is a promo...
@lokeshjoshi, should you decide to install Visual Studio (Community) be forewarned the C++ workload is NOT installed by default, it has to be manually selected. Either during the initial install or later by modifying the install.
My first book was a Sam's Teach Yourself & I love that book. The previous version C++14/17 has 4.5/5 ratings on Amazon and you will get the same material from a college course. If you want an easy to understand book & you want to quickly dive in, this is the book for you...a great beginner book in my opinion to get your feet wet.
My second book was based on recommendations on here, Ivor Horton's Beginning C++20: From Novice to Professional, & they were right on. This one is chock full of info & you will need more time & practice to digest it all. So it depends on how far & fast you want to go? Do you want to quickly start writing code & learn less about the behind the scenes or vice-versa? I would recommend you get both really as they are cheap enough. For me, both of these will be in my library forever.
Here is a really good tutorial as a recap of just basic/core topics, but honestly you get A LOT more from just the Sam's book than any of the tutorials combined that are out there.