- Taschenbuch: 720 Seiten
- Verlag: Addison Wesley; Auflage: 2 Sub (Juli 1991)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0201539926
- ISBN-13: 978-0201539929
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 3,8 x 15,9 x 23,5 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 171 Kundenrezensionen
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The C++ Programming Language (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Juli 1991
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This classic work shows a care and understanding of C++ that only Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer of the language, can achieve. It also conveys the punctilious and sometimes suffocating detail that only Stroustrup would desire to communicate. The novice programmer will have difficulty distinguishing between the essential and the dispensable material. However, experienced C++ programmers will appreciate the reference manual portion of the book, which contains an exact definition of C++ that even numerous examples cannot express. Stroustrup's book has several chapters on classes and the reference manual component of the book contains the complete grammar of classes. This is a book that every experienced C++ programmer needs to own.
Third Edition now available! Written by the designer of C++, Bjarne Stroustrup, The C++ Programming Language is the definitive guide to the language, its fundamental principles, and key techniques for mastering it. The C++ Programming Language provides coverage of all C++ features, including exception handling, templates (parameterized types), and the latest ANSI/ISO extensions. The C++ Programming Language is the cornerstone of every C++ programmer's library.Features *Provides a complete tutorial to C++ and its key design and programming techniques *Focuses on the language features supporting abstraction and object-oriented programming *Discusses the technical and organizational issues arising when C++ is used in the design and implementation of large software systems *Describes the relationship between C and C++ *Presents techniques for designing high-quality libraries *Gives example implementations of key user-defined types, such as graphical shapes, associative arrays, lists, and I/O streams *Contains an Appendix covering recent ANSI/ISO Resolutions concerning the standardization of C++ *Includes the complete C++ reference manual Errata for the book, and brief updates on the progress of C++ standardization are available via ftp at: ftp://ftp.aw.com/cseng/authors/stroustrup/stroustrup2e/ 0201539926B04062001 Alle Produktbeschreibungen
Another major improvement is the section on 'advice' which can be found at the end of every chapter. This portion summarizes what the chapter was trying to teach, with pointers to the relevant part of the book.
As a tutorial for the beginner, I suggest you look elsewhere. The book is not easy to read, since the author tries to explain so much in so little space (if you can call 900 pages 'little').
You will probably read this book more than TWICE. First, to simply try out the language on your compiler (sit in front of your computer when you do). Second, to digest the material on designing using C++ (try doing this away from your computer). Third, to see if you missed out anything significant. You will.
Bookshelves are overflowing with books for these two types of people. Instead of adding another title to that flood, Bjarne Stroustrup delivers a well-written, well-structured book that helps in a challenging area where good resources like this one are needed.
To those who dislike the writing style, I say "sorry, find another book." If you find the sentences hard to read, it is because they are written at a level of clarity and precision required by the concepts. If you find the concepts hard to understand, it is because they are presented with an insightfulness and thoroughness required by the academic/technical audience it is written for. This is neither your fault nor the author's: the book just wasn't written for you.
When I was learning C++, I also found this book difficult and challenging, but with effort I was able to read and understand it. The more I know, the more useful the book is to me, and the happier I am that I put in that effort. In a sense it is a complete reference not only to the language but also to the design paradigm(s) that inspired the language.
The concepts of OOP / generic programming aren't too bad at the surface level. But try and understand them enough to use them to construct complicated systems well, and they are genuinely hard. Every time I struggled with some aspect of the book, I realized once I understood it that Stroustrup had presented it in the best way possible. That's the best part of this book: you can trust that the author is guiding you from a position of knowledge and experience. But what else should we expect from the creator of C++? We are implicitly trusting him anyway by using his language.
However, this book is, like all of the previous editions, NOT a language/programming tutorial. To read this book, you will need tons of C++ & OOP knowledge, even if you are an ace C programmer (since C is quite different from C++ in "The Way of Thinking"). Especially, if you are a novice, please read one or two "good" primer book before coming to this one, otherwise you will get lost easily. (Believe me, it's happened to me before when I tried to read the 2nd edition).
Moreover. In this edition, the author, Bjarne Stroustrup, added 2 more appendixes on "locales" and "standard library exception safety", which would make this book even more useful and more complete than any previous editions. And would make this become "A Bible" for C++ Programmaing Language.
If you are a "serious" C++ programmer (or wannabe), you can't get anything better than this. This is a MUST!
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