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C++ for Java Programmers (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. Oktober 2003

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For courses in C++ Intermediate Programming. Best selling author Mark Allen Weiss wrote this book as a concise no-nonsense introduction to C++ for experienced programmers learning a second language or for use as a supplemental reference in C++ based courses such as data structures. The book could be used as a primary textbook for moderately experienced Java programmers who need a concise and authoritative tutorial/reference to C++. He builds on students existing knowledge of Java programming and Weiss covers all important aspects of the complex C++ language in under 300 pages.

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For experienced Java programmers and students who require the skills of C++ programming, best-selling author Mark Allen Weiss bridges the gap. He efficiently presents the complex C++ language in this well-designed tutorial/reference that both students and seasoned programmers will appreciate. The book is ideal as a primary text for intermediate C++ courses, as a supplemental no-nonsense reference for other courses, or for independent learning by professionals.

C++ for Java Programmers is a concise, well-written text that provides authoritative and up-to-date coverage of key features and details of C++, with a special focus on how C++ compares to Java. The book's approach shows knowledgeable students or professionals how to grasp the complexities of C++ and harness its power by mutually addressing the benefits and the pitfalls of the two languages. By highlighting the features and comparative elements of each language, and building on the reader's existing knowledge of object-oriented programming, C++ for Java Programmers enables users to master the essentials of C++ quickly and thoroughly. Key Features

  • Includes insightful comparisons of the two programming languages throughout the text and points out the subtleties of C++
  • Succinctly covers the pertinent highlights of STL (Standard Template Library) and the most effective use of templates
  • Explains the use of the powerful JNI (Java Native Interface) for combining Java and C++
  • Includes a summary of key C++ features and issues with each chapter
  • Provides extensive treatment of C details the programmer is likely to encounter in C++
  • Companion Website for complete online source code at:
    http: //www.prenhall.com/weiss
  • Available Instructors Resource CD-ROM

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Das Buch ist super geschrieben und fuehrt einen wirklich gut in C++ ein, wenn man Java schon kann. Es bringt Anfaengern sogar den ein oder anderen Aspekt ueber Java bei, den sie evlt. noch nicht kannten.

Beim Preis haette man noch ein bisschen runter gehen koennen, war schließlich gebraucht (nur leichte Gebrauchsspuren). Sonst bin ich sehr zufrieden.
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Ich arbeite an einem Niederländische Hochschule und überwege um diesem Buch zu gebrauchen für C++ Seminar. Das einzige an diesem Buch wass nicht so gut ist, da' gesprochen wird über einem frühere Version der Sprache Java.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent Accelerated Intro to C++ 31. März 2005
Von Adam Dukovich - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Although C++ is definitely on the decline, it will be a major force in the programming world for years to come. This book is an excellent intro to the language taught specifically for a person with some Java experience, and it does do an effective job of comparing and contrasting the two languages. The analogies, I feel are invaluable to understanding abstract concepts in C++, and the approach is better than starting from the ground up, if you understand Java at a fundamental level. I also have to disagree with the reviewer below: the writing is quite good, it's concise and not excessively technical. I suspect that that reviewer is unfamiliar with contemporary texts on computer science, because this is one of the more readable ones I know.

Although the latter few chapters were not, I feel, exceptionally helpful, the book is a much better and lighter (not to mention cheaper) alternative to others out there, and is quite worth it, in every way.
18 von 22 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
2.0 von 5 Sternen Not for senior Java developers jumping into C++ 16. Mai 2010
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I bought this book due to the high reviews. I found this book lacking in answering any questions I had about C++. I was jumping into an existing C++ application and needed to know how to implement my ideas using C++ syntax, and understand the code I was expected to fix. It did not cover:
- parameter passing (reference, pointers, or value types)
- over-riding methods
- abstract class (virtual methods, pure virtual methods)
- how to create objects, variable name, class name. All new to Java developers that put everything on the heap.

It would be nice to cover project layout as well. Java has only a few structures and C++ seems to be the wild west. The fact that implementations can be in multiple source files and/or multiple libraries was not covered at all. This was a very new and confusing concept to a long time Java developer. Maybe this is more of a review for C++ developers coming back to the fold.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for (experienced) JAVA (and C ?) programmers 27. Mai 2007
Von Philippe Adjiman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very useful. It respects its contract: saving your time by progressively build on your Java background the core concepts necessary to understand the C++ language (instead of reading a 1000 pages reference book). Sometimes the comparison of design issues between JAVA and C++ (for instance about class immutability) suppose that the reader has already a solid knowledge about object oriented programming and/or design patterns, but not necessarily requires it (by the way, if you're a JAVA programmer and you didn't read Effective Java Programming Language Guide, you may have missed something). Along with a strong experience in C, this book allow you to become an intermediate C++ programmer in only few days !

And remember: "[...] it is certainly not true that Java is better than C++, neither would we say that C++ is better than Java. Instead, a modern programmer should be able to use both languages, as each language has applications that can make it the logical choice". I deeply agree with the author's opinion.
6 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great For Students 8. März 2006
Von Andrew - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I used this book in an introductory C++ class in college. Being a senior in Computer Science who has only been taught with Java, this book is a great starter to get into the world of C++. Nearly everything that is explained in the book is given an equivalent example in Java.

Having never used C++ before, I can recommend this for those who are starting with C++, but have a strong Java background. I wouldn't recommend this as an introductory book for a beginner in the world of programming, as it delves into many advanced topics right away.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Horribly out of date 26. Dezember 2015
Von MarbleTech - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is horribly out of date. If you have a professor that asked you to get this for a class, kindly inform him/her that this book is out of date. Waste of money for anyone in a year later than 2005.
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