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Here is one book on C++ you might find useful:-

Thinking in C++: Introduction to Standard C++ Volume One

by Bruce Eckel

Published April 2000

ISBN: 0139798099

Here is a link to the free electronic version of Thinking in C++ which you can download in HTML format.

C++ Compilers and IDE's

Microsoft Visual Studio 6 Academic Edition

Contains Visual C++, Visual Basic, Visual FoxPro, Visual InterDev, and Visual J++ at a reduced student price. Includes a compiler and an IDE (integrated development environment).

It may be difficult for you to get version 6 online. The more current version is Visual Studio.NET. You could try a computer fair.

Free Borland C++ Compiler

Although this compiler is free, you do not get and IDE, you have to compile from the command line.

Borland C++ Personal Edition

This may be cheaper than Visual Studio. If you choose to buy it, you must then port your code to and from Visual Studio. Includes a compiler and an IDE.