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Old   December 18, 2016, 18:15
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I hope to, after I refresh my math and engineering, start doing some work in OpenFOAM.

Currently, I am taking IIT Bombay C++ course from (created by MIT and Harvard and is a nonprofit). I have Jumping Into C++ but I need a book that is geared more towards scientist and engineers or OpenFOAM.

A free online textbook, a good one, would be ideal. If not, I see that
C++ for Engineers and Scientists (Introduction to Programming) 3rd Edition

by Gary J. Bronson (Author)

is well marketed.

Any suggestions. Remember, my ultimate goal is to learn C++ well so I can use OpenFOAM.


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Jumping into C++ by Alex Allain. I recommend this book for beginners.
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