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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must-have for every serious C++ programmer, 1. Juni 2004
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Writing solid, stable and efficient C++ programs cannot be done without knowing the standard library (really well). It's both a time-saver and a stable solution.
While knowing the C++ language and its quirks well (see "Effective C++" and "More Effective C++", both by Scott Myers) is a good foundation, the benefit of the correct application of the standard library to your designs is at least as big.
The C++ library parades a set of efficient (standard-guaranteed!) implementations, that are a show-case of good, modern C++ as well. And Josuttis explains the quirks and peculiarities very well, teaches you to avoid common pitfalls, and shows well-written, understandable sample code.
A lot has changed since the early C++ days, and most of it because of templates. Knowing your templates well, and understanding their benefits well - both will be teached by this book. How to write your own STL-compatible containers, iterators, etc.? An easy start is always demonstrated by the author. After reading the book you have learned about the library, how it can aid in your designs, and how to design well in imitation of the library.
This book has some (much-needed) redundancy, and is a great reference. Topics are linked, summaries of topics are contained where applicable with the link as well, so you could either say "I know enough" and read on, or switch topic easily. There was not a single chapter in the book where I felt lost or lacking information from other chapters. The book is a good read from front to end as well, not just a reference.
A great writing style, easily understandable to foreigners, too.
The binding is robust, fonts well chosen, and big enough to be read with getting a headache (really rather big for a computer science book). Contributions by others are clearly labelled so by footnotes.
A complex topic, explained thoroughly and well, by an experienced author, that sticks to a good style.
Surely the best book about the C++ standard library out there.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Tutorial and Reference on STL, 27. Juni 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Audience: Advanced C++ developers
If there is one book you must have on STL, this is the book. If you are looking for a good book on advanced topics in C++, this book is highly recommended. The five star rating is justified for this book.
Be careful though, the 1st and 2nd printing of this book has quite a lot of errors, for example, page 69, 129 and 202 ... half the text on these pages are missing. So before buying this book open it and look for these pages to see if it is the earlier print.
Otherwise the fixes are available at josuttis.com.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The winner and new champion, 15. März 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference (Gebundene Ausgabe)
It used to be that my colleagues and I would sit around arguing about which was the best book on STL and/or Standard C++. Each of the available offerings fell short in a major way. Either it was to introductory, or too complex and incoherent. Or perhaps it neglected major topics.
Josuttis is the new undisputed champion. Chapters 2 & 3 alone are worth more than the price of the book. And it gets better as you go.
Yes, some of the examples involve simple objects. However, from the way the author develops the subject matter, extending the examples to more complex, dynamic objects becomes a simple task.
This is probably the only book you'll ever need on STL and the C++ Standard Library extensions.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen As good as it gets, 28. Januar 2000
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On my second reading, I'm still finding more gems in this book. Up to now, it was almost impossible to find any comprehensive material on the standard library. All one could find was the odd article about some aspect of the library, or rather specialized books about STL. Nicolai has fixed that particular problem once and for all.
The book reminds of Richard Stevens's famous UNIX books. Incredibly complete, incredibly detailed, incredibly accurate, and a great tutorial and reference at the same time. And, best of all, it's just as accessible to someone who is not a real expert as it is for someone who's been using C++ for years.
This is one of the *very* few books that get a spot on my top shelf. A classic that I will come back to again and again.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic, 22. November 1999
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This is far and away the best C++ Standard Library book I have come across. I spent a lot of time looking for STL books, and after 3 tries ended up with this one. It gives thorough coverage to the entire standard library without being terribly dry. The downside of the book is that it doesn't explain the motivation or the detailed mechanics behind the standard library. If you really start to use the STL and are considering extending it I would recommend also having a copy of Generic Programming and the STL.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Belongs on every programmer's desk, 15. September 1999
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Before we begin, let me just say: this book is exceptional. It belongs on every C++ programmer's desk.
Nicolai Josuttis' book fills a crucial need--exploring every corner of the C++ libraries recently adopted as part of the C++ language standard. While other books have covered this before (or portions, such as the STL), none are as current or as detailed. Josuttis focuses on how to use the standard library to its fullest, and explains the smallest details crisply and logically. The coverage is not limited to the STL, although that makes up the bulk of the book. For example, it contains extremely detailed information about Internationalization, covering every facet of, well, facets.
To use a hackneyed expression, this book is an "instant classic" of the C++ literature. Buy it. Read it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen extremely impressed with the organization and thoroughness!, 17. September 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference (Gebundene Ausgabe)
My colleagues and I are extremely impressed with both the organization and thoroughness of "The C++ Standard Library". Prior to the purchase of this book, we had consulted 3 other STL books for help in writing our software. All 3 of the other books constantly frustrated us by making it almost impossible to locate information quickly and by omitting key facts. We were, therefore, acutely aware of the inadequacies of the available texts and were, as a result, all the more appreciative of this book and excited to find it. Features I particularly like include: (1) The index is possibly the most inclusive and well organized I have seen anywhere. Under the listing for each container type, for instance, is an indented listing of all associated algorithms, etc and the respective page numbers. (2) For each container type the text includes a listing of any required headers, a concise definition of the stl template/class with all associated constructors and destructors (a very useful feature), and extensive example code. (3) The example code fragments are well documented and point out any anomolies which will result in potential run time errors; saddly, other texts we consulted failed to warn us of these potential run-time errors, one of which cost us a few hours of testing/debugging time. The above list of "likes" is by no means all-inclusive. In short, if I were planning to buy only 1 STL reference, it would be "The C++ Standard Library" by Nicolai Josuttis.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An intelligent well written classic, 17. Februar 2000
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I agree whole heartedly with the previous reviews. This book is a classic. As important as it's excellent content is it's clear well organised presentation.
Josuttis begins with basic concepts such as namespace, autoptr and pairs. Each concept is introduced and then developed with increasing complexity. This organization makes it a joy to read.
He illustrations are clear and easy to follow. He starts introduces a topic then illustrates it with code. He follows the code with a clear detailed explinations of each feature he is demonstrating.
If you know C++ and you want to learn the Standard Library this is the book for your.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Can't Find a Better Book Than This, 19. Juni 2000
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I have been looking for a book that explains the STL well. This book is it. The code examples are very useful and it is very thoughtful of the author to use those code. However, I must point out that I had to spend quite some time making amendments to the errata (available on the authors webiste) as I was holding the 1st printing. It is definitely not an easy task to come up with a book as this... and making errors is inevitable. Fortunately, the later printings (3rd and 4th) has substantially less errata.
After making the amendments and then reading the book, many would agree with me that it is a book that deserve a 5-star rating. I agree with the editorial review regarding the usefulness of the book but I do not think that such a book is appropriate for a beginner C++ programmer. A certain level of proficiency in the language is required to really appreciate what is written.
If your intention is to know to know STL, try to get the later printing (less errata)----4th printing...so that you need to make less corrections.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Classic, 29. Dezember 1999
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As a peripatetic C++ developer, I maintain a small portable library of "classic" references that follows me from job to job. Josuttis' book is the clearest, most complete and lucid discussion of the Standard Template Library I have come across. Alongside "Design Patterns", "UNIX Network Programming" et al. this book is a new classic, a must for all serious programmers. It assumes a basic working knowledge of C++ (no padded-out primer this) and requires some thoughtful understanding of the subtle errors that can creep into naive code. A jocular and friendly writing style relieves the density of technical information. Stack this one next to Stroustrup and you've pretty much covered all the bases.
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