The list below contains textbooks that seem to me
to be above average textbooks on C and C++.
I neither claim that these are the best in their kind,
nor that they have any feature that makes them irreplaceable.
In addition, I know of errors in all of them (not just typos,
and in several cases - conceptual errors),
but relatively to other books that I have seen - they are better.
Other good books are not here for one of three reasons:
A. Kelley &
A Book on C,
1998, 4rd. ed.,
Pointers on C,
Addison-Wesley Longman, 1998
See its latest errata list.
S. Lippman &
1998, 3rd ed.
(Sep. 5, 2003)
Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition
(V. 1 & 2) an Internet version
C++ for Java Programmers, 1999,
R. Kruse &
Data Structures and Program Design in C++,
Looking for I. Pohl:
Object-Oriented Programming Using C++,
1997, 2nd ed. ?
Looking for H. M. Deitel & P. J. Deitel:
C++ How to Program, 2001 3rd ed. ?