5th edition?

I searched the forum for 5th edition, it didn't get much luck. I've heard learning C++ is easier if you read what's referred to as the "5th edition" but there are many "5th editions" out there. Does anyone have the author or the book?

Islandboy85: I searched the forum for 5th edition, it didn't get much luck. I've heard learning C++ is easier if you read what's referred to as the "5th edition" but there are many "5th editions" out there. Does anyone have the author or the book?

The 5th edition of what? I doubt there is a book at there titles "5th Edition"...

Probably referring to this e-book http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=7004.0

this is the last I know of - https://docs.google.com/file/d/0Bw_ruMOtRDDgNXI3OTFGZXhIZ2c/edit -

Yep, that's the latest I had downloaded also, back in August 2011.

It wasn't an Arduino specific book as far as I understand. It was simply a C++ book. Thanks for the link though. That'll give me plenty of reading material while I'm in the "library."

Islandboy85: It wasn't an Arduino specific book as far as I understand. It was simply a C++ book.

Google "5th Edition C++" - you'll find a ton of books under that title. I'd hazard a guess that it was either:

http://www.amazon.com/C-How-Program-5th-Edition/dp/0131857576

or

http://www.amazon.com/Primer-5th-Edition-Stanley-Lippman/dp/0321714113

Personally, I am biased toward the former, rather than the latter, but that is only because I still have my edition when I studied C++ for a local community college course.

I'd seen a dozen of them on amazon. Just not sure which author it was people liked the best. The second one looks pretty good. Thanks guys.