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Practical C++ Programming (Nutshell Handbook) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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August 1995 Nutshell Handbook
Fast becoming the standard language of commercial software development, C++ is an update of the C programming language, adding object-oriented features that are very helpful for today's larger graphical applications. Practical C++ Programming is a complete introduction to the C++ language for the beginning programmer, and also for C programmers transitioning to C++. Unlike most other C++ books, this book emphasizes a practical, real-world approach, including how to debug, how to make your code understandable to others, and how to understand other people's code. Almost as important, this book is written in the readable style that has made Nutshell Handbooks(R) famous. Topics covered include: Good programming style C++ syntax, what to use and what not to use C++ class design Debugging and optimization Common programming mistakes At the end of each chapter are a number of exercises you can use to make sure you've grasped the concepts. Solutions to most are provided. Practical C++ Programming describes standard C++ features that are supported by all UNIX C++ compilers (including gcc) and DOS/Windows and NT compilers (including Microsoft Visual C++). Comparison: Practical C++ Programming vs. C++: The Core Language O'Reilly's policy is not to publish two books on the same topic for the same audience. We'd rather spend twice the time on making one book the industry's best. So why do we have two C++ tutorials? Which one should you get? The answer is they're very different. Steve Oualline, author of the successful book Practical C Programming, came to us with the idea of doing a C++ edition. Thus was born Practical C++ Programming. It's a comprehensive tutorial to C++, starting from the ground up. It also covers the programming process, style, and other important real-world issues. By providing exercises and problems with answers, the book helps you make sure you understand before you move on. While that book was under development, we received the proposal for C++: The Core Language. Its innovative approach is to cover only a subset of the language -- the part that's most important to learn first -- and to assume readers already know C. The idea is that C++ is just too complicated to learn all at once. Instead, you learn the basics solidly from this short book, which prepares you to start programming and to understand some of the other C++ books you'll need for reference. These two books are based on different philosophies and are for different audiences. But there is one way in which they work together. If you are a C programmer, we recommend you start with C++: The Core Language, then read about advanced topics and real-world problems in Practical C++ Programming.

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  • Taschenbuch: 584 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates (August 1995)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1565921399
  • ISBN-13: 978-1565921399
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 22,9 x 18 x 3,3 cm
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Fast becoming the standard language of commercial software development, C++ is an update of the C programming language, adding object-oriented features that are very helpful for today's larger graphical applications. Practical C++ Programming is a complete introduction to the C++ language for the beginning programmer, and also for C programmers transitioning to C++. Unlike most other C++ books, this book emphasizes a practical, real-world approach, including how to debug, how to make your code understandable to others, and how to understand other people's code. Almost as important, this book is written in the readable style that has made Nutshell Handbooks(R) famous. Topics covered include: Good programming style C++ syntax, what to use and what not to use C++ class design Debugging and optimization Common programming mistakes At the end of each chapter are a number of exercises you can use to make sure you've grasped the concepts. Solutions to most are provided. Practical C++ Programming describes standard C++ features that are supported by all UNIX C++ compilers (including gcc) and DOS/Windows and NT compilers (including Microsoft Visual C++).

Comparison: Practical C++ Programming vs. C++: The Core Language O'Reilly's policy is not to publish two books on the same topic for the same audience. We'd rather spend twice the time on making one book the industry's best. So why do we have two C++ tutorials? Which one should you get? The answer is they're very different. Steve Oualline, author of the successful book Practical C Programming, came to us with the idea of doing a C++ edition. Thus was born Practical C++ Programming. It's a comprehensive tutorial to C++, starting from the ground up. It also covers the programming process, style, and other important real-world issues. By providing exercises and problems with answers, the book helps you make sure you understand before you move on. While that book was under development, we received the proposal for C++: The Core Language. Its innovative approach is to cover only a subset of the language -- the part that's most important to learn first -- and to assume readers already know C. The idea is that C++ is just too complicated to learn all at once.

Instead, you learn the basics solidly from this short book, which prepares you to start programming and to understand some of the other C++ books you'll need for reference. These two books are based on different philosophies and are for different audiences. But there is one way in which they work together. If you are a C programmer, we recommend you start with C++: The Core Language, then read about advanced topics and real-world problems in Practical C++ Programming.

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Steve Oualline wrote his first program when he was 11. It had a bug in it. Since that time he has studied practical ways of writing programs so that the risk of generating a bug is reduced. He has worked for Motorola and Celerity Computing, and is currently a special consultant for Hewlett Packard, working in the research department of their Ink-Jet division.

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2.0 von 5 Sternen This book is Outdated 19. Juni 2000
Von "ksjaz"
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I love O'Reilly books but this one was a big disappointment. -no mention of vectors -no use of namespace -no discussion of Inheritance in classes -generally outdated (publish date 1995).
These topics alone are so commonly used in beginning C++ courses that the omission of these topics so basic to C++ is really horrifying. I ended up giving up on the book. After several attempts to refer to it for my classes I found it not just lacking in an explanation, but completely missing the topic. I just put the book in the corner to collect dust.
O'Reilly really needs a better book than this one for such an important topic.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book to learn C++! 4. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
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This book is an excellent book for those wishing to learn C++. It is very well written, with good examples.
This is a great book for those wishing to learn C++ without any prior programming experience, and those with some experience in another language. I would even suggest this as a text for a first semester college level, "Introduction to C++," course. It even covers enough to be used for the first part of a second semester course, with coverage of overloading of operators for classes, templates, and modular programming (projects, and makefiles).
This book is short enough too that you can actually start learning quickly. Those "Learn C++ in 21 Days" books must expect people to be able to read those books all day long for 21 days, and maintain no employment, or else forget about any kind of social or family life afterwork.
It is not a book for those that already know C++, as it says on the back cover. So keep that in mind as you read the other reviews here that rate it low -- perhaps they should have read the back cover before buying it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good for beginners, Great for programmers 18. November 1999
Von Ein Kunde
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For my sins, I have to hack away in VB/VBA most of the day. My forays into C were limited to my undergrad days a full decade ago. For a long while, I had struggled with spare-time C++ learning from those 1000+ page monster "Teach yourself in 21 days, dummy..." tomes*, only to run out of patience a few chapters (= 100s pages) in. But living up to their reputation, O'Reilly have come thru with a not-for-dummies, concise, clear text. This book not only moved my C++ up the curve, it taught me a lot of things about where my VB was going wrong. The style chapters alone make for essential reading. I have recommended this to all my fellow corporate slave hackers, and although it may be a bit fast paced for an absolute beginner, I would think that most people would be able to follow and benefit from it given a bit of dedication. And lastly, it doesn't assume that you are enslaved to M$oft's VC++, unlike a good 75% of the market.
(*nowadays, if it doesn't say O'Reilly on the spine, I usually put it back on the shelf.)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I WUV THIS BOOK !!!! 9. März 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Format:Taschenbuch
No -- this is not the thickest C++ book. No -- it is not the most accurate or comprehensive or detailed C++ book. What is this book? This book is the MOST readable and ENGAGING C++ book. When you are about to give up hope and doze off from your 12 x 17, 35-pound heavily annotated C++ school text, and are nearly about to say, "Who gives a flying ****?", you pick up this book and get a snappy retort from Oualline, who tells you why you are doing weird C++ coding, and why its sorta fun, and sorta weird, and groovy. This book is sarcastic, cynical, pragmatic and untamed -- you will need a supplement text to figure out some parts because Oualline can jumble concepts -- but he usually leaves you enough of a clue to clue in. This is a book written by a normal human being with a life. This is my favorite C++ book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very nicely done! 27. November 1998
Von Ein Kunde
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This is an excellent first book for someone starting out in C++. The basics are covered to give you a good grasp of the fundamentals. It provides very good examples and the author will not bog you down with unnecessary Mumbo-Jumbo. ONE THING HOWEVER-- MAKE SURE YOU GET THE NEWEST PRINTING 7/98 Previous printings have numerous errors (corrections are provided on the Publisher's web site.) Two other excellent books to try would be C++ Primer Plus 3rd Ed. by Stephen Prata (Sam's Publishing) and C++ How to Program 2nd Edition by Deitel & Deitel (Prentice Hall) - Also available with a CD-Rom which accompanies the book. I would recommend getting it with the CD-Rom since the author walks you thru the example codes with over 8 hrs. of audio.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best Book I have ever read on C++ 28. Juni 1999
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This is simply the best out of all that i have read on C++. Much better than Teach Yourself C++ in 21 days. Actually it was a little embarrasing reading this book because it told me everything i was doing wrong. It gave great tips on debugging that are just not in other books. Very readable. Very easy to understand. If i would have bought this book first it could have raised my GPA substantially. I recommend this book to every C++ programmer.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen A disappointing tutorial 15. Mai 1998
Von H. Abboud
Format:Taschenbuch
Might be recommended for college students but not recommended for professionals who already know C or Pascal. I found this book to be neither a good tutorial (see "Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days" by Jesse Liberty instead) nor a good book for advanced topics (see "Effective C++" by Scott Meyers). Too much time is spent on style, and the discussion of exceptions is very inadequate.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Lass' nie einen C-Programmierer ein C++-Buch schreiben ...
"Practical C++-Programming" habe ich mir gekauft, weil ich von "Parctical C Programming" als Buch wirklich überzeugt bin und es auch in allen meinen... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 4. September 2003 von Michael Winckler
4.0 von 5 Sternen Nice finish to a learning session.
This book was a nice finish to several books about C++. It covers a lot of material in a clear and concise manner without being so technical and algorythmic that it looses the... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 13. Juli 2000 von J. Thomas Dyess
3.0 von 5 Sternen Good for beginners
This book covers the basics of C++, however it's quite shallow in its scope. If you're an experienced C programmer, most of the book is of little value since it covers basic... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 6. Juni 2000 von C. Jacobs
3.0 von 5 Sternen OReilly should improve the proof reading!
I liked this book too,as other Oreilly books however if the proof reading is improved,it saves the time of going in to thier web site to look for errata list. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 4. April 2000 von V S CHARI
3.0 von 5 Sternen Fire the proofreader
This book does a decent job covering the basic C++ language, but it is full of ... bugs and typographical errors. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 30. März 2000 veröffentlicht
3.0 von 5 Sternen Not bad, but....
Contrary to some other reviewers, I do not believe that this book is particularly well suited to learning the language from scratch. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 23. März 2000 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Another fine o'reilly product
This book made me tingle all over. This is not a product for beginner programmers but a good solid introduction to C++ for someone (like me) who is switching languages. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 19. Januar 2000 von Joshua Weiner
5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Debrief of C++
As a Java Programmer learning C++ I have found this book to be excellent. The author's concise explanations offer a great review for somewhat experienced programmers without... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 7. Januar 2000 von Augustina
2.0 von 5 Sternen To brief on complex concepts
The author constantly glides over confusing consepts like reference variables and recursion, and half the time he doesn't explain his code.
Am 22. Dezember 1999 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen the one book to get you started
If you are new to C++ this is THE book for you. After reading this book you will be ready to go out and write real useful C++. It covers all the basics you need to know. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 17. Dezember 1999 von Joel Schopp
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