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This is a website that has a lot of free ebooks for many programming languages, but they are more like a notes that will be good reference and they will help to know and learn some advanced points (These books are for people who have some knowledge in the programming language) www.goalkicker.com
These days you don't even need books that much. The internet has much more information.
Java - Head First Java by Kathy Sierra & Bert Bates Python - Python Crash Course C - Data Structure Through C by Yashavant Kanetkar. ... C++ - C++ Primers
Learn Java in 21days
Delphi might be easier for beginner
"Thinking in Java" is ok but the latest book do not cover Java 8 and beyond. "Java in 21 days" is ok but it is not easy for the beginners.
For python : Learning python - Mark Lutz Learn python the hard way - Zed A. Shaw
If you want to learn C\C++ Programming, which I highly recommend, you should definitely purchase the book C Primer Plus by Stephen Prata and C++ Primer Plus. It explains everything thoroughly, it also includes review questions and programming exercises at the end of every chapter.
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