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Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself...in 21 Days) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 31. März 2001


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  • Taschenbuch: 835 Seiten
  • Verlag: Sams; Auflage: 0004 (31. März 2001)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 067232072X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672320729
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 5,1 x 23,1 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.7 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (94 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 1.311.756 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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With Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, author Jesse Liberty presents a rapid and well-organized program for getting up to speed in C++ programming. By making the seemingly complex world of C++ digestible in daily doses, Liberty delivers a tutorial that keeps you motivated and yields serious results.

This book uses a chapter-a-day approach, with the course outline clearly presented inside the front cover so you'll know exactly where you're headed. Unlike many C++ tutorials, this book doesn't put you to sleep early on with object-oriented programming (OOP) theory. Instead, it quickly makes you productive with the basics of the C++ language and then reinforces your new knowledge with OOP as you move through the teaching program.

The first week introduces you to the fundamentals: the anatomy of a C++ program, variables, expressions, functions, program flow, and the basics of classes. Week two introduces some of the more sophisticated elements of the language such as pointers, arrays, and function overloading in a clear and effective manner. The final week concludes your crash course with advanced topics: streams, advanced inheritance, the C++ pre-processor, templates, and error handling. One day is also devoted strictly to object-oriented analysis and design. Each chapter finishes with a daily summary, a Q&A section, a quiz, and a series of excellent coding exercises.

This tutorial, which is designed to teach you to write industry standard ANSI C++ code, requires no previous programming expertise. If you want to get serious with C++ in a hurry, this book is an excellent way to go. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

Synopsis

While the C++ language has not undergone significant changes in the past two years, we have seen the introduction of numerous related technologies, including Windows 2000, the release of C#, and the rise of Linux. All these technologies have an impact on the way C++ programmers will work in the future, and Jesse Liberty has taken them into consideration while developing this new edition. Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, Fourth Edition provides a straight-forward tutorial approach to programming in C++. It assumes no prior knowledge of programming and offers both solid instruction and the authors insights into best programming and learning practices. The book also provides a foundation for understanding object-oriented programming.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Melissa am 5. Januar 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
Any review is only useful to people with similar backgrounds, so here is where I came from: 1 semester of a beginning (non-comp sci major) university C++ course, a lot of (gasp) FORTRAN, a little PASCAL, and some BASIC.
I used the 2nd edition of this book which had a lot of code errors, although I found that finding the errors was also an excellent (unintended) learning experience, even if it did take me longer to get through the book and cause some undo frustration.
Pretty much every topic is backed up with code examples, which really helps me - a hands on type of person. I took extra time and went over some sections more than once to get a good hold on the info, especially pointers and the object oriented sections like inheritance and polymorphism. These topics can be confusing for people without experience in C++, so I wouldn't expect to get it the first time -- expect to spend extra time on some subjects, especially the traditional killer of C/C++: pointers! I know feel like I have a very good understanding of how they work.
After reading this book, I went on to do a lot of WindowsAPI and XWindows programming and found the foundation I gained from this book invaluable.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Roupen am 26. November 1999
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Being skeptical at learning a programming language in 21 days I was a bit hesistant to buy this book. However after buying it I soon dropped my skepticism. With the author's in-depth explainations of key concepts, he not only goes over what each particular line of code does, but he also goes over some concepts to help you use your code better!
Just by reading I got all my questions answered and found that programming was really very easy to learn once you got the right teacher =D. I'll definitely buy the rest of the C++ books that Jesse Liberty makes!
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Von Ein Kunde am 12. Dezember 1999
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Reading the reviews for this book it has become apparent that there are two very contradicting views on it. I must agree with the steep learning curve and the poor quality examples. The first few days (chapters) of the book I found were well written and easy to get a grasp of. However towards the latter part of the first week and the beginning of the second, the complexity of the examples and the explanations increased dramatically. Each of the later chapters really needs to be read over several days in order to properly understand it. It is a long haul, but ultimately I found it useful. Liberty backs up every point with at least one code example that really need to be written in and compiled in order to understand fully. The typos and errors in the code are suprising in a proffessional publication however identifying and correcting them I found helped me to understand better.
After finally finishing this book after 2 and a half months, I found I had just the sort of understanding of C++ that the book seems to promise. It is long winded and for the most part, difficult if you are inxperienced in programming but the very 'in depth' explanations do actually help you to really get to grips with the overall language. I feel that this book cannot really be given an x/5 rating. If you want a book that is an easy read and relatively smooth to get through this is not for you. However if you have the time (and patience) to work through it, you will definately be on your way to being a good C++ programmer.
I would recommend the Complete Compiler Edition of this book. The included CD's come with some useful exams to take after each chapter and all the source code (error free, thankfully) and some exercises using what you've learnt.
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This is my first programming book on C++, and I can tell you...its the WORST. I have a strong programming backround, knowing Visual Basic, qBasic, Java, and HTML, so I wanted to start designing 3D Games in C++. I picked up this book to learn the basics, and it bascially throws a bunch of code at you without explaining it. This isn't helpful since C++ is a very complex and high end language. It doesn't explain things well enough. The first week seems pretty easy, but after that, you better read every word twice and hang on to exactly what he's talking about, or in a few days you'll find yourself going back a day. Some chapters often veer off from their title also. For example, in the chapter on message boxes, he explains how to display a messagebox with different types of styles and icons. In the project, you make two different kind of messageboxes, and you'll also find out how to use the switch code to find out what button is pressed. This is fine, especially since its the 4th day, and I think he should have stopped the chapter there. But no...he wanted to go into common dialogs (i.e. the windows Open File dialog, the save as dialog on most applications, the print dialog on most applications, etc.). This gets pretty complicated in C++, and probably should have been a whole different day.
Well, if your experienced in C++, and have a bit of backround in it and need something to just look up constant pages of code, this book is great. Theres about 2 pages of code, and at the end a little blurb telling you the jist of whats happening. Then, at the end of the whole thing it wants to elaborate on the project on your own, when it doesn't explain anything to you. At this point, another confusing day begins all over again.
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