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Inside the C++ Object Model
Stanley B. Lippman
0201834545
May 1996
Textbook Paperback
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Book Review
Bestselling author Stanley B. Lippman's Inside the C++ Model provides valuable insight into some of the internal workings of the C++ language. This book is a product of a decade of research at Bell Labs (where Lippman worked with C++ inventor Bjarne Stroustrup) and Lippman's considerable C++ expertise. Written with the experienced C++ programmer in mind, this book looks at how key language features are implemented underneath the hood and provides some guidelines when designing C++ classes.

This title first examines how C++ objects work--showing the differences between C++ structures and classes. The author looks carefully at the varieties of C++ constructors, including default and copy constructors, data members, and initialization.

Subsequent sections cover inheritance, including virtual inheritance, and the inner...



C++ Gems: Programming Pearls from the C++ Report
Stan B. Lippman
0135705819
June 1996
Paperback
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From Book News, Inc.
A selection of 42 articles published in C++ Report from 1989 through 1995 offering tips, tricks, strategies, and source code from expert programmers in the field. The authors survey programming design, idioms, applications, and language, and editor Lippman introduces and concludes the discussions with somewhat nostalgic reminisces of the rise and fall of the C++ magazine. Includes illustrations. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Review
'Stan has assembled a truly remarkable collection, valuable not just for its historical interest but also for its technical merit. The time spent reading these articles will be valuable investment for anyone who uses C++.' Robert Murray, from the Foreword

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C++ Primer, Fourth Edition
Stanley B. Lippman
0201721481
February 2005
Textbook Paperback
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Book Review
This new edition of C++ Primer, a favorite choice for a first C++ book, has been greatly improved with the latest and greatest on C++, stressing the built-in language features of the C++ Standard Library. For this new version--weighing in at a massive 1,237 pages--Stanley Lippman, a well-known C++ expert, teams up with Josée Lajoie, who has helped define the C++ international language standard. The new material is excellent for programmers who want to get the most out of new and advanced features in the language.

The authors still introduce the basics of C++, including data types and pointers, but quickly move on to stress how to get the most out of the built-in features of ISO-standard C++. Throughout this book built-in support for the C++ Standard Library, such as container classes like vectors and maps, and other...



C++ in-Depth Boxed Set
Bjarne Stroustrup
0201775816
December 2001
Paperback
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From the Back Cover
Stroustrup's own C++ In-Depth Series is now available all together in one attractive gift box, at a special reduced price! All books in this series have been hand-picked by Bjarne Stroustrup, the creator of the C++ programming language, as being worthy additions to the C++ literature. They give programmers concise, focused guides to specific topics. The series' practical approach is designed to lift professionals to the next level in their programming skills. They are all written by acknowledged experts. The books included are: Modern C++ Design, by Andrei Alexandrescu Accelerated C++, by Andrew Koenig and Barbara Moo Essential C++, by Stan Lippman Exceptional C++, by Herb Sutter More Exceptional C++, by Her Sutter These are five great books of use to all C++ programmers. They are gathered into one handsome and...


C++ Primer
Stanley B. Lippman
0201824701
March 1998
Textbook Paperback
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Book Review
This new edition of C++ Primer, a favorite choice for a first C++ book, has been greatly improved with the latest and greatest on C++, stressing the built-in language features of the C++ Standard Library. For this new version--weighing in at a massive 1,237 pages--Stanley Lippman, a well-known C++ expert, teams up with Josée Lajoie, who has helped define the C++ international language standard. The new material is excellent for programmers who want to get the most out of new and advanced features in the language.

The authors still introduce the basics of C++, including data types and pointers, but quickly move on to stress how to get the most out of the built-in features of ISO-standard C++. Throughout this book built-in support for the C++ Standard Library, such as container classes like vectors and maps, and other...



C# Primer: A Practical Approach
Stanley B. Lippman
0201729555
December 2001
Paperback
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Book Description
C# is a new language invented at Microsoft and introduced with Visual Studio.NET. More than a million lines of C# code already have gone into the implementation of the .NET class framework. This book covers the C# language and its use in programming the .NET class framework, illustrating application domains such as ASP.NET and XML. My general strategy in presenting the material is to introduce a programming task and then walk through one or two implementations, introducing language features or aspects of the class framework as they prove useful. The goal is to demonstrate how to use the language and class framework to solve problems rather than simply to list language features and the class framework API. Learning C# is a two-step process: learning the details of the C# language and then becoming familiar with...


Essential C++
Stanley B. Lippman
0201485184
October 1999
Textbook Paperback
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Book Review
Written for those C/C++ developers who want to deepen their programming knowledge, Essential C++ provides a short, effective tutorial to some of the most important features of the C++ language, including lessons on generic programming and templates.

Compression is the key in this admirably concise text.

The author explains C++ from the very beginning with basic syntax and language features and always uses some of the best features of today's Standard C++. Perhaps the best thing here is the integration of "generic programming" (meaning the STL library of reusable templates and algorithms for data collections like vectors, linked lists, and maps, which are built into any current C++ compiler).

By focusing on these key features, this tutorial demonstrates C++ in an up-to-the-minute style. (These "advanced" features...


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