Let Us C++


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Suresh Arora

Can anyone here have the book Let Us C++ by Yashwant Kanetkar in PDF format.Pls send me on my email id ..
 
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woodbrian77

Can anyone here have the book Let Us C++ by Yashwant Kanetkar in PDF format.Pls send me on my email id ..

I don't know anything about that book and some
searching didn't help.

I know there are still a lot of people who
don't steal things. I hope you are one of
them.
 
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red floyd

Can anyone here have the book Let Us C++ by Yashwant Kanetkar in PDF format.Pls send me on my email id ..
Do you have permission from Kanetkar to reproduce his book?
 
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Suresh Arora

Do you have permission from Kanetkar to reproduce his book?

I need that book for my study purpose , I searched a lot on internet but haven't get any free e-book . I thought someone can help me in that ... If the person already have the ebook .
 
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Ian Collins

Suresh said:
I need that book for my study purpose , I searched a lot on internet
but haven't get any free e-book . I thought someone can help me in
that ... If the person already have the ebook .

If you need it, buy it.
 
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David Brown

I need that book for my study purpose , I searched a lot on internet
but haven't get any free e-book . I thought someone can help me in
that ... If the person already have the ebook .

There is probably a good reason that you can't find a free copy - the
people who spend a great deal of time, money and effort writing and
publishing such books expect to make a living from them, and therefore
/sell/ the book. And the people who spent their own hard-earned money
/buying/ such books do so so that they can learn from and benefit from
such books. Why should they give free copies to someone who wants it
for free? It would be immoral, illegal (perhaps with a real risk of
getting caught, depending on things like watermarking and keying), and
give potential rivals an unfair advantage.

So go and buy the book, or borrow it from your library, or find an
alternative cheaper book.
 
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Suresh Arora

There is probably a good reason that you can't find a free copy - the

people who spend a great deal of time, money and effort writing and

publishing such books expect to make a living from them, and therefore

/sell/ the book. And the people who spent their own hard-earned money

/buying/ such books do so so that they can learn from and benefit from

such books. Why should they give free copies to someone who wants it

for free? It would be immoral, illegal (perhaps with a real risk of

getting caught, depending on things like watermarking and keying), and

give potential rivals an unfair advantage.



So go and buy the book, or borrow it from your library, or find an

alternative cheaper book.

Thanks to all .
 
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Qu0ll

"Suresh Arora" wrote in message
Thanks to all .

Out of curiosity, did you learn anything from the replies? Do you intend to
buy it?

--
And loving it,

-Qu0ll (Rare, not extinct)
_________________________________________________
(e-mail address removed)
[Replace the "SixFour" with numbers to email me]
 
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Aditya Raj Bhatt

Can anyone here have the book Let Us C++ by Yashwant Kanetkar in PDF
format.Pls send me on my email id ..

How do I find out your email id? You have not listed it. By the way, here is the
link to the book, download it, it is quite small. But it is not a particularly
good book.

By the way, to anyone who may say I am aiding him in illegal activities. Well, I
was born very poor (in fact still am, 17 year old and have bought maybe a dozen
books apart from schoolwork in my *whole* life). I think of all the movies,
books and songs I have downloaded through torrents over the years and how much I
enjoyed them. I do not think just because I was born poor I should be deprived
of these, especially when I would not have been able to buy them anyway.

Of course, this depends on your sense of honour. I have made a promise to myself
to buy the dvds and books when I go to college this fall and start working in
some co-op program and come into money. I know that had I not torrented all
these things (inaccessible to me if not for the internet) my world views,
mindset, even my intelligence, would have been significantly lesser. In fact I
learnt to write decently by reading torrented fantasy novels. Think about that
when you sit on your high horse. Of course, torrenting when you have the means
to pay for them is wrong in my books. That much I can give you.

My email id : (e-mail address removed)
 
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woodbrian77

How do I find out your email id? You have not listed it. By the way, here is the

link to the book, download it, it is quite small. But it is not a particularly

good book.



By the way, to anyone who may say I am aiding him in illegal activities. Well, I

was born very poor (in fact still am, 17 year old and have bought maybe a dozen

books apart from schoolwork in my *whole* life). I think of all the movies,

books and songs I have downloaded through torrents over the years and how much I

enjoyed them. I do not think just because I was born poor I should be deprived

of these, especially when I would not have been able to buy them anyway.



Of course, this depends on your sense of honour. I have made a promise to myself
to buy the dvds and books when I go to college this fall and start working in
some co-op program and come into money. I know that had I not torrented all
these things (inaccessible to me if not for the internet) my world views,
mindset, even my intelligence, would have been significantly lesser. In fact I
learnt to write decently by reading torrented fantasy novels. Think about that
when you sit on your high horse. Of course, torrenting when you have the means
to pay for them is wrong in my books. That much I can give you.


A few things come to mind. "For whoever wishes to save
his life will lose it; but whoever loses his life for My
sake will find it. For what will it profit a man if he
gains the whole world and forfeits his soul?" Matthew 16:25,26

And, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions."
That's how I would describe Obama.

Brian
Ebenezer Enterprises
http://webEbenezer.net
 
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Melzzzzz

On Thu, 8 May 2014 13:10:43 -0700 (PDT)
A few things come to mind. "For whoever wishes to save
his life will lose it; but whoever loses his life for My
sake will find it. For what will it profit a man if he
gains the whole world and forfeits his soul?" Matthew 16:25,26
Today this guy would probably be resident of some nut house...
 
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Daniel

And, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions."

That's how I would describe Obama.

How about "Judge not, lest ye be judged" or " why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?"
 
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woodbrian77

How about "Judge not, lest ye be judged" or

If I tried to physically harm Obama I'd be
judging him in the sense I understand that
verse. I don't advocate that though.
" why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?"

Call me crazy, but I think children deserve to
have a mom and a dad.

Brian
Ebenezer Enterprises
http://webEbenezer.net
 
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Stuart

On 05/08/14, Aditya Raj Bhatt wrote:
[snip]
By the way, to anyone who may say I am aiding him in illegal activities.

Illegal yes. Immoral, probably not.

Note that he is asking us (that means the readers) to provide him with a
link. That makes us the criminal, not him (I'm not sure there). He could
as well have asked: <exaggerated> "Does anyone here want to go to prison
for me said:
Well, I
was born very poor (in fact still am, 17 year old and have bought maybe a dozen
books apart from schoolwork in my *whole* life). I think of all the movies,
books and songs I have downloaded through torrents over the years and how much I
enjoyed them. I do not think just because I was born poor I should be deprived
of these, especially when I would not have been able to buy them anyway.

Of course, this depends on your sense of honour. I have made a promise to myself
to buy the dvds and books when I go to college this fall and start working in
some co-op program and come into money.

I don't know whether saying so will get me into trouble, but: That's
fine by me. I even think that it may be the case that buying the
copyrighted stuff afterwards will undo any injustice you have done by
copying the stuff in the first place, but IANAL.
I know that had I not torrented all
these things (inaccessible to me if not for the internet) my world views,
mindset, even my intelligence, would have been significantly lesser. In fact I
learnt to write decently by reading torrented fantasy novels. Think about that
when you sit on your high horse.

Well, is it not nice that we have this thing called Internet? Imagine
how much poorer all our lives would be without it. That gives me a good
feeling.

Of course, torrenting when you have the means
to pay for them is wrong in my books. That much I can give you.

+1

Have a nice weekend,
Stuart
 
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