C++ FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1995 - Computers - 461 pages
A reference source containing answers to common C++ programming problems. Inspired by the success of FAQ, originally prepared by Marshall Cline and available on the Internet, the direct question-and-answer format of this book is designed to make information accessible. Features of the book include four to five times the material of the electronic FAQ - new questions and answers have been added, existing questions have been revised and many examples illustrate key points. Practical guidelines for programmers are provided.

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I don't think you can learn a programming language from a set of questions and answers. There is good advice here, but it is hard to find it. Read full review


Chapter OneIntroduction
Chapter TwoFundamentals of ObjectOriented Technology
How does OO help developers produce flexible and extensible software? FAQ17

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About the author (1995)

Marshall Cline is President of MT Systems Company, which develops object-oriented systems for large corporations. He has taught object-oriented programming design and analysis to thousands of professionals in both industrial and academic settings. He is the keeper of the official C++ FAQ for the Internet forum comp.lang.c++. He received the PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Clarkson University.

Greg Lomow is a senior architect and developer with fifteen years of experience building applications and distributed systems for the banking and financial services industry as well as mentoring development teams on the effective use of object-oriented technology. He received the PhD in Computer Science from the University of Calgary.


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