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Prompt the book in which it will normally tell about structures, patterns, pointers and classes. I read the book by Boris Pakhomov "C / C ++ and MS Visual c ++ 2010". It tells a little about it.

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For the sake of interest, I looked through the search on the forum. The most complete discussion on this topic. Many replies are advised to search the net (or forum). Darkness. From those books that I saw - Bjorn Stroustrup "C ++ programming language. Special edition" seemed to me the best.