Bruce Eckel, "Thinking in C++"
English | 1998 | ISBN: 0139177094 | PDF | 1111 pages | 4 MB
Developed from years of seminars given all over the world, this book takes the C programmer on the easiest route into C++ proficiency: by moving step-by-step from what you already know.
Despite C++'s syntactic similarities to C, the two languages are fundamentally different in nature–a fact that can complicate the task of learning C++ if you already know C. Thinking in C++ explains C++ to C programmers not just from the perspective of writing code, but from the perspective of software engineering and design–how do you conceptualize programs that exploit C++'s capabilities? With readable prose, Bruce Eckel offers a compelling explanation of what object-oriented languages in general and C++ in particular have to offer and teaches you how to apply it. The book covers not only introductory topics but advanced ones such as multiple inheritance and templates.
Thinking in C++ is ideal for anyone already familiar with C who now wants to learn C++. Eckel has synthesized more than five years of C++ teaching and programming experience into a well-structured course that moves step-by-step through each important C++ concept. He highlights poorly-understood C++ features like virtual functions, which can improve productivity. uploadable keep2share