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kano wrote

I have a thousand page manual called the c++ primer plus. It's pretty good, it explains language features, it has practice problems to program. It's meant to be a tutorial on the language. The author is called Stephen Prata. I have the 2011 edition, and idk if there is one out for a newer standard. Definitely a good resource but looking at my copy the price is quite high, wouldn't be surprised if it's kicking about on the internet somewhere though


Tequila_Wolf wrote

I've found Code Academy useful to get things started. It's semi-gamified.

Check out their free course here, which are good, and have good ways to get support if you are stuck:

I don't know if this is your first coding endeavour, but when I started with it I found this FAQ really useful for conceptualising how to learn it at a meta-level.