by Frank B. Brokken: intended for knowledgeable users of C who would like to make the transition to C++. It is a guide for Frank's C++ programming courses, which are given yearly at the University of Groningen
C++ tutorial for C users
text enunciates and illustrates features and basic principles of C++. It is aimed at experienced C users who wish to learn C++
an introduction to object-oriented programming using C++
Neil's C++ Stuff
This site explains the main features of C++ including articles on loops, pointers, structres, classes and arrays.
Programming in C++, Rules and Recommendations
The purpose of this document is to define one style of programming in C++. The rules and recommendations presented here are not final, but should serve as a basis for continued work with C++.
a set of 13 tutorials covering if statements, functions, pointers, arrays, strings, file i/o, typecasting and more
The Standard C++ Locale
the description of where your program is running, and of your user's preferences, is called its locale. Keeping the locale separate from the program code so that it can be changed easily is called internationalization. In C the locale describes only what is common to an entire country, but the C++ locale is more flexible
Understanding C++: An Accelerated Introduction
these tutorials help you to gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts driving C++ in a quick and painless way. They let you begin thinking in an "object oriented way"
Wildfire C++ Programming Style
This document defines the C++ coding style for Wildfire, Inc. It also tries to provide guidelines on how to use the various features found in the C++ language.