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This revision: Feb. 08, 2016: The book
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Other books that I like are:
Holloway's, "Algorithms and Programming"
Deitel and Deitel's, "C++: How to Program"
Hanselman and Littlefields's, "Mastering Matlab 6"
Unless you're rich, don't by a book unless you need one. You need one, when you don't understand something, and can't get a satisfactory explanation any other way. So, hit the bookshelves. If you find an explanation that makes sense to you, that's probably the book for you. That's how I choose a book. And that's what those comfy chairs are for in Barnes and Noble.