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Another C++ book, really
am 9. Mai 1998
Turns out, this books is a collection of the author's columns in C++ Report (a subscription to which I cancelled long ago, as I came to perceive it as a rather useless mixture of promos, stuff I've already read in books, and outright C++ casuistry.) If you work with C++ for a while and have read, or simply have, the last Stroustroup, both Meyerses, and Nelson's STL book, you don't need that one. The only thing I found interesting was a couple of chapters on function objects, even though Nelson's book gives them a better treatement, imo. Besides, I'm yet to run into needing all that esoterica in real-life programming (which is a subjective thing of course, maybe as (and if <g>) I get more comfortable with piling up templates upon templates, I will find those new constructs elegant and easy to use... who knows, but I'm definitely not there yet, and I'm not even sure that is the direction in which to move.) Anyway, the price isn't high, so the book may be worth a perusal or two. It isn't on the par with the ones I mentioned above though.