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Old 2021-04-26, 16:51   #21
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Our students currently use the book "Absolute C++" by W. Savitch, but it is quite expensive.
Older editions may be available at a lower price.
Various compilers, web resources and books are listed here:
https://isocpp.org/get-started
I looked at your link. Seeing Visual Studio 2017 reminded me of something I have. Visual Studio Express 2008. It has C++ and C#. I sort of doubt I could install it on Windows 10. The disc I have is a DVD+R. Historically, I have not had much luck with +R's. I have a utility program called VSO Inspector which will scan a compact disc. It can do surface scans and file tests.To my surprise, this DVD, burned in 2009, passed both tests.

My issue with Visual Studio programs is all the Dot-Net baggage that must go with them. No stand-alone programs. I will keep on browsing for something practical I can use.
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