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Oliver Sedlacek
02/18/13 02:35
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#189392 - C++ FAQs (2nd edition)
Responding to: Erik Malund's previous message
This is a weighty tome aimed at coders who want to write 'correct' C++. The good thing about it is that each topic is started from absolutely the bottom in a clear manner. The consequences are explained and the correct way of coding is then explained.

It's not aimed at novice programmers, so there is no coverage of basic variable usage, simple C operators, conditionals and looping, or all the sort of stuff a C programmer should know.

It also doesn't cover code optimisation, but then I think correctness is more important than optimisation.

List of 12 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
C to C++      Erik Malund      02/14/13 11:14      
   I find it's not the language      Andy Neil      02/14/13 12:26      
   target requirement?      Abhishek R. Kaushik      02/14/13 22:09      
      no, but I see what makes you think that      Erik Malund      02/15/13 07:45      
         Yes, and particularly if you want to work outside Windows      Richard Erlacher      02/15/13 08:55      
   Similar question on stackoverflow.com      Andy Neil      02/15/13 02:42      
   Osborne C++ Complete reference      Mahmood Elnasser      02/15/13 23:39      
      Never go for herb schildt      Abhishek R. Kaushik      02/16/13 10:11      
         Did you read the complints?      Neil Kurzman      02/19/13 22:20      
   C++ FAQs (2nd edition)      Oliver Sedlacek      02/18/13 02:35      
   Online      Andy Neil      02/18/13 03:07      
   O'Reilly!      Andy Peters      02/19/13 13:44      

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