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Name: Dr. Grad
Status: Educator
Age: 30s
Location: N/A
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Date: Around 1999


Question:
Can somebody reccommend a good text book for teaching C++ to high school students?



Replies:
Check out swep.com's list of programming books. I used their series to learn JavaScript, Java, Adv. VB. As far as I know, their C books are written by the Java Authors so they should be great. They have a lot of examples and screenshots in their series which really help beginners. There is also a CD included with the teachers edition and power point docs for instruction.

Ken Weisner
ISU


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