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Teach Yourself ANSI C++ in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself) Paperback – March, 1996
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C++, one of the most powerful programming languages, will be standardized in the first quarter of 1996. And just like its predecessor, C, people will be flocking to use and learn the ANSI, standardized, C++. This comprehensive premier edition explores all aspects of ANSI C++. - Explores the new ANSI standards
- Works with any ANSI compliant C++ compiler
- Contains 7 bonus chapters which explore advanced features
Top customer reviews
been receiving bad word of mouth lately for being rushed
to press, I found this book to be well-written, easy to
understand (for the most part), and accurate. I looked
at most of the other C++ books before choosing this one
because of its structured approach and easy-to-follow
explanation of classes and object oriented programming
in general. Highly recommended.
1. The author is mistaken about the basic concept of data encapsulation, and insists on using accessor functions to access class data members in class member functions (copy constructor, operator=, etc.).
2. The author uses lengthy (yet trivial) programs to illustrate the concepts, when a code snip would suffice.