Re: C++ learning from books
I don't know the books. I have not Googled either to learn what they are about.
What I can, and will tell you is this: C and C++ are two different languages. It is technically unnecessary to learn C before C++. That would be like learning two different forms of English just to learn common English.
Go directly for the C++ book and read away. Yes, C++ was created as an improved version of C, although the syntax is not exact and therefore unnecessary to learn in most cases.
Practice makes perfect. Good luck.
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