This book is currently not available online other than as a Kindle book, due to the requirements of Kindle KDP Select publishing.
(free) compiler used in the book.
Unfortunately, the debugger used in the book is no longer available.
If you have already seen this book, please let me know where you first heard about it, and where you purchased it.
If you haven't seen it yet, you might be interested in some other readers' reactions to this book as well as my previous C++ tutorial books, as C++: A Dialog is essentially a one volume version of those books, updated to the C++ standard.
For reader comments on C++: A Dialog on Amazon.com, click here.
For reader comments on Who's Afraid of C++? on Amazon.com, click here.
For reader comments on Who's Afraid of More C++? on Amazon.com, click here.
For reader comments on Learning to Program in C++ on
Amazon.com, click here.
After you have read all the way through my book and have gotten a
good start on programming
in C++, you may want to try making a website as well!
There are a lot of options out there and the programming will be quite different from C++, but it's another valuable skill to learn. The first thing
you need to do is find a domain name to use and find cheap website hosting. From there you can begin making a website for fun or for a business.
Anyway you choose to go, have a great time!