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C++ Primer Plus

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  199 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Covers the language enhancements, the Standard Template Library and ways to streamline object-oriented programming with C++. This guide also illustrates how to handle input and output, make programs perform repetitive tasks, manipulate data, hide information, use functions and build flexible, easily modifiable programs.
Paperback, Fifth Edition, 1224 pages
Published November 15th 2004 by Sams (first published March 31st 1995)
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Joe Vaughn
Dec 28, 2007 Joe Vaughn rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Coding--Hardcore, General, Fun
Pulled this down from the shelf today for some pointers on a print driver. Recalled what a darned good book this is for instruction sets with C++. Haven't pulled it since college and kicking meself for not going back to basics. Easily used with clear examples...if you can't whip up a quick currency converter using the examples from this book, try another book...or another lang.
Stephanie
Sep 17, 2007 Stephanie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who want to study C++
I used this book as a reference when studying up for a technical interview, and it's by far the most common-sense guide to C++ that I own, and I have a LOT of C/C++ books. The author explains things really well, and there are clear examples throughout the book.
Alven
Want to learn a progamming language? This text is must, provided you can figure out how to utilize your compiler!
Alan
Of all the C++ books I bought, I wish I'd bought this one earlier on.
abdalrhmun algabban
it so nice book , Interesting and And confusing, but in some cases
Timothy Culp
I'm sorry Stroustrup and Lippman. You may have invented C++ and while many professionals read cover to cover anything you put on paper, have you ever tried teaching a course with one of your books? This book is written by a professor specifically for teaching the concepts so the student can absorb them in little chunks. Complete with examples, problems, and answers, it's a practical book for new or intermediate computer science students. Albeit not very sexy.
Thes
První a zatím jediná knížka, kterou mi kdy Glurak dal k přečtení. A já ji ještě nedočetla.
Autor velmi dobře a srozumitelně vysvětluje, v podstatě i téměř začátečník s trochou nadšení a představivosti pochopí cokoli bude potřebovat.
Ve zkratce: Pokud se chcete učit céčko z knížky, doporučuji tuto.
Jim
This is a great technical book and explains the depths of C++ that's easy to understand without sacrificing essential concepts. Stephen keeps up to date with new features. In this edition he included a chapter C++ 11.
Lauri Kotilainen
Somehow, this book manages to be at least five times as thick as K&R, without adding anything interesting. If you want to learn C, stick to the masters.
Ronak Vashi
Excellent book for beginners willing to learn C++ language. Language is easy to understand and topics are covered systematically with good examples.
David
Did a straight read through when getting back into C++. Comprehensive, but takes more time than other books (it's over 1000 pages).
Peyton
Fairly complete overview of the basics of the C++ language.
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