Kernighan & Ritchie "The C Programming Language, second edition".
Important for understanding the background of C++ and some simple structures like struct, fields and unions and last but not least C type pointers.
A soft introduction to C++.
You find proposals to solutions of most of the exercises here:
2. Accelerated C++
Andrew Koenig and Barbara E. Moo : "Accelerated C++ Practical Programming by Example."
Those two books may be enough.
3. Integrating C / C++ with other languages
Note that a lot of scripting languages like PHP and Python are implemented in C / C++. At a birds eye view, Python is a C / C++ while loop, so if you have the Python source code you can embed it in a C / C++ project.
These two books give you the details:
Michael J. Dickeiser: "C++ for Game programmers".
Sean Riley: "Game programming with Python".
4. Bjarne Stroustrup
In addition every book written by the languages creator, Bjarne Stroustrup
is a must read for a professional C++ programmer.
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