Hi, all. Tyrolva here. If you're reading this, then I'd imagine you'd want to learn C++. I decided to post this topic because there would be some of us that wouldn't want to spend money on a book that might use all manner of techie jargon and thus be tricky to understand. I was on YouTube one day, searching for how to make virtual functions virtual (you'll learn this later, don't worry about it for now), when I found a video that I found to explain things much better than my book did.
I thought there would be some people here on ADISC that were interested in C++ programming, so I thought I'd share the series of C++ tutorial videos that this person made. (They're all about two-to-three minutes long, so you can fit them in your lunch break. )
Make sure to watch the videos in order, you should be able to find them under "More videos from xoaxdotnet":
YouTube - C++ Console Lesson 1: Creating a Console Application 2008
Note: These tutorials require a C++ compiler in order to work, you can download a free compiler here
Also, I decided to link to an earlier version of the book I have. In case anybody is interested, click here
If anybody needs any help and you're not ahead of me: I'd be willing to share what I know.