The Norwegian introduction to C++ programming (a bit Windows-specific) is at Google Docs, in PDF format, 3 chapters so far:
Each file has a nice table of contents but for that you need to download the PDF and view it in e.g. Foxit or Adobe Acrobat. Ch 1 is just 1 page, though. Ch 2 is more pages. And so is ch 3.
Perhaps it’ll become a book…
Errata: I discovered that I’d badmouthed MinGW g++. I stated that it still didn’t support
std::wostringstream & friends in version 4.1.1. That was incorrect.
The truth is that it didn’t support
std::wostringstream & friends in version 3.4.5.
Now that is an old version, but it’s still the version that you get via the MinGW installer. To get a later version you can either download a build from Someone Else, such as the TDM build, or you can try to download the various individual package files from MinGW (I did that for version 4.5.0, it was a lot of work). So I guess an ordinary novice, the kind of person most likely to use MinGW g++, is mostly stuck with version 3.4.5.
Anyway, toolwise the intro is based on Visual C++ 10.0, and I have updated the ch 3 PDF at Google Docs so that it now says 3.4.5, not 4.4.1. 🙂