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Steve Oualline lives in Southern California, where he works as a software engineer for a major phone company. In his free time he is a real engineer on the Poway Midland Railroad. Steve has written almost a dozen books on programming and Linux software. His web site is http://www.oualline.com .
The book has so many typos and errata that make it seem that it was rushed to print. The content is pretty good though, and I must admit I only made it through half the book. Read morePublished 13 days ago by David Duckett
Great book for learning C++. Great book if you are teaching a course in C++. Slightly better for the new learner to C++ than Bjarne Stroustroup's "C++ Programming... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Brian Lawler
This book is is in a very good condition as described.
I like this book which is what I need.
Just another aide in helping to learn another language. It is helping
a lot, and easy to understand and use.
This book is a must book for beginners and experienced programmers of C++.
I use it myself and recommend it.
Oualline's "Practical C Programming" is a pretty good book. I like and recommend it. Unfortunately his "Practical C++ Programming" is practically the SAME book. Read morePublished on March 12, 2011 by Andrew Fabbro
Without a doubt one of the best books for beginner/intermediate programmers. Overall it was very enjoyable to read and I picked up good habits and guidelines for writing better,... Read morePublished on June 1, 2010 by Derek
I worked with C nearly 20 years ago and never, ever since. Hence, I consider myself a C++ beginner.
I purchased this book before reading its reviews on Amazon. Read more
It's very difficult to write a good and clear computerbook, that's proven over and over again when I order books about the various subjects. Enter O'reilly and enter this book. Read morePublished on January 31, 2008 by J. P. Van Bosch