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C++ Primer Plus [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Stephen Prata


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November 2001
The fourth edition presents the ANSI C++ standard beginning with a discussion of the essential elements of C++ programming: loops, expressions, functions, and classes. It walks readers through the basics of object-oriented programming: classes, inheritance, templates, and exceptions, as well as the latest object-oriented programming techniques. C++ Primer Plus, Fourth Edition contains hundreds of sample programs. The friendly tone, concise programs, and end-of-chapter review exercises allow beginners to write their own programs immediately.

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The fourth edition presents the ANSI C++ standard beginning with a discussion of the essential elements of C++ programming: loops, expressions, functions, and classes. It walks readers through the basics of object-oriented programming: classes, inheritance, templates, and exceptions, as well as the latest object-oriented programming techniques. C++ Primer Plus, Fourth Edition contains hundreds of sample programs. The friendly tone, concise programs, and end-of-chapter review exercises allow beginners to write their own programs immediately.

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Stephen Prata teaches astronomy, physics, and computer science at the College of Marin in Kentfield, California. He received his B.S. from the California Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Stephen has authored or coauthored over a dozen books for The Waite Group. He wrote The Waite GroupA A*s New C Primer Plus, which received the Computer Press AssociationA A*s 1990 Best How-to Computer Book Award and The Waite GroupA A*s C++ Primer Plus, nominated for the Computer Press AssociationA A*s Best How-to Computer Book Award in 1991.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Comprehensive and Comprehensible 15. Juni 2002
Von Bob - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I don't think I could have asked for a better C++ guide than Steven Prata's C++ Primer Plus. I started learning the language flat-footed, that is, I didn't even know C. I am now writing C++ professionally and 95% of everything I know about the language came from this book.
Prata is a master instructor. His examples for illustrating classes, inheritance, and language syntax are almost always clear and helpful, as are his practice problems. He is also a great technical writer. In these days when most software instruction books read like they are written by the computers they are supposed to help us deal with, "C++ Primer Plus" has a refreshingly human tone of voice.
Be warned, you won't find absolutely everything in this book. I would have added a few extra pages to include a couple of things in the STL that Prata decided to leave out. And, if you're like I was and don't know C, you will find that "C++ Primer Plus" will leave you missing out on a few very helpful features of C, like variable length argument lists and several I/O routines. Kernighan and Richie's "C" book is a much recommended supplement. But, given the size of C++, it was inevitable that something would have to go. Any other C++ book will have similar problems.
Eminently readable, largely comprenhensive, it's a great way to learn C++.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Invaluable Learning Tool 9. Februar 2002
Von Rachel Blackman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I learned C++ from the Second Edition of this book, back when I was in high school. I would go so far as to say it was the single most useful reference I had...the examples were clear and concise; while the book is not as detailed and will not take you to an expert level of C++ programming, it gives you a very solid grounding in Object Oriented concepts, and is an invaluable base to begin from. I've seen friends try to learn C++ from other books, and then look through my Second Edition of this and simply gush about how much easier to understand it is.
Concepts I learned in this book, I've used as a video game programmer (working with DirectX and C++ under Windows), and even as a Java programmer; the grounding in object-oriented design you get from this book is solid enough to carry to things other than C++ quite well.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough; it is NOT the only book you will want for learning C++, but it is definitely one of the first and most valuable!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Underrated C++ Intro Book 5. Januar 2003
Von "homicidal_hog" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Having bought a few of the books recommended for C++ rookies I would definitely say this is the best. The explanations are clearer and have more depth to them than the other books, there are revision questions at the end of each chapter and programming exercises too.
I really think this book is a real bargain provided you are prepared to work hard at learning the language. C++ is tough to learn but if you read ( and sometimes re read ! ) the material here, complete the questions and exercises, you will definitely finish the book as an intermediate C++ programmer.
The only criticism I have is that it would've been good to have example program listings/answers for the programming exercises that are set at the end of each chapter, so you could tell if you were approaching things correctly.
Overall this is an outstanding introductory programming book , and if you are a beginner and can afford only one book, make it this one.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Please read the full review. 30. Juni 2003
Von Mohammad Ajjour - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Intro
"There is no one book that is best for every person. There couldn't be one. People are too different in the way they learn, in what they already know, in what they need, in what they want, and in what kind of effort they are willing to make." Bjarne Stroustrup (The creator of the C++ programming language.)
I always try to remember this whenever I have to judge a writing effort.
Whom is this book for?
This Book is for a non C++ programmer, a beginner to intermediate C++ programmer interested in learning the fundamentals of C++, some backward compatible features related to c, and some advanced C++ features.
What does this book offer?
C/C++ Basics. (Very nice converge)
Pointers, arrays (I finally fully understood how they work "or at least that's what I think")
General Programming basics (Some what but the writer doesn't claim to do)
Introduction to OOP (Just an intro)
C++ OOP Features (Very Good coverage)
Advanced Features "Namespaces, Generic programming, Exceptions " Brief but thorough.
STL (Brief but very good)

What I liked?
This has been one of the easiest books to follow from a collection I have read it builds up information in a very nice way (and yes as somebody said while reading some parts you would feel that you are in a classroom with the instructor answering some of the questions you have in mind before asking "Some parts").
What I didn't like?
Ok, I am never satisfied.
I feel that the book should have offered more (computer science basics like the Dietels do). Or that is what I wish.
As some body said the writer seems to have more experience with C than C++ I may have to agree but this doesn't mean that he came out short. Anyway you are not going to get the same OOP Intro as the one you'd get reading the "Thinking in Java Book" but never the less.
Damn the Typos are annoying.
Conclusion.
A very good written book not a classic though (I have a very high standing regarding classics).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This book achieves the stated goals. 7. Dezember 2001
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This isn't a book for c++ gurus who are looking to learn a few more state of the art tricks, nor is it a heavy reference for programmers of that class. However, this book is a superb starting place(primer) for new programmers and/or new to c++ programmers. It also does an admirable job of serving as a reference book. (...)
To sum it up: If you are new to C++, buy this book now! If you are still learning the trade as a C++ programmer, this book will help to refresh your memory and/or help you to get a better grasp of OOP concepts. If you know C++ very well, go elsewhere;)
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