Basic info question in starting to learn C++

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Hi, I am looking for information on how to become a C++ programmer.

I have 3 main questions.
1. What version of C++ are we in?
2. What is the ideal book to learn C++ from (basically looking for a good book that teaches C++ as if its to a layman)
3. What sort of math is generally required to land C++ jobs?

Thank you for your time.
 
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Hello Dreadnaught,

by C++ , you really have to understand and master "pointers" , "references" , and "memory management" ( one var allocation for one var destruction. )
, those will lead your coding to 'data structures and uses', by best practises.

It's really 'ground' about C++ because of skills required .

OOP's features will follow your learning.


because C++ is inherited from C code, you'll be able to read C and C's paradigms. they are kind of twins, both so close.


To improve your skills by those two, always get one hour by day , to read, write and execute C/C++.
In 1 year, you'll have 365 hours of work about C/C++ .
 

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