C++ : The Core Language Book
Part of the A Nutshell handbook series
A first book for C programmers transitioning to C++, an object-oriented enhancement of the C programming language.
Designed to get readers up to speed quickly, this book thoroughly explains the important concepts and features and gives brief overviews of the rest of the language.
It covers features common to all C++ compilers, including those on UNIX, WIndows, NT, DOS and Macs.
- Format: Book
- Pages: 207 pages, illustrations
- Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA
- Publication Date: 01/10/1995
- Category: Programming & scripting languages: general
- ISBN: 9781565921160
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Review by markusnenadovus
This is another impressive title from O'Reilly. When I first bought the book, I really wished I hadn't because the book was intended for C programmers (which I was not). At that time I was basically new to C++. Later on, after taking a course in C++ and learning some of it on my own, I really found the book to be insightful.The book revealed a lot of things that my teachers would skip over. I really appreciate that it focused on the things that make C++ what it is. It doesn't pretend to be comprehensive, but it covers a lot more than many so-called "comprehensive" books cover. I really recommend this book for C programmers wishing to move to C++ and also C++ programmers who would like to have a deeper understanding of C++'s rich OO features.