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Brian Overland

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May 14 2013 0321888022 978-0321888020 1

A Ready Reference for C++

 

C++ for the Impatient offers both the quickest way for busy programmers to learn the latest features of the C++ language and a handy resource for quickly finding answers to specific language questions. Designed to give you the most accurate and up-to-date information you require fast and to the point, this book is also an essential guide to the new C++11 standard, including advanced uses of the C++ standard library. 


Features include

·      Concise descriptions of nearly every function, object, and operator in the C++ core language and standard library, with clear, well-chosen examples for each of them

·      Information provided “at a glance” through syntax displays, tables, and summaries of important functions

·      Content organized for quick look-up of needed information

·      Simple explanations of advanced concepts, using helpful illustrations

·      Complete program examples that are both useful and intriguing, including puzzles, games, and challenging exercises



C++11 features, all covered in the book, include:

·      Lambdas

·      rvalue references

·      Regular-expression library

·      Randomization library

·      Hash-table containers

·      Smart pointers


C++ for the Impatient is an ideal resource for anyone who needs to come up to speed quickly on C++11. Whether or not it’s your first C++ book, it will be one you come back to often for reliable answers.

 



 


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About the Author

Brian Overland, drawing on his long experience with technology, training, and writing, is uniquely qualified to make needed information readily accessible and to simplify difficult concepts. He began programming professionally in C in the 1980s and has also taught both programming and English composition. At Microsoft, he was a project lead for Visual Basic 1.0 and played a key role in bringing easy Windows programming to the world and explaining how to use it; he was also a member of the Visual C++ team. Brian has written several successful books, including C++ Without Fear: A Beginner’s Guide That Makes You Feel Smart, Second Edition (Prentice Hall, 2011).

 


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5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific value for your money! Aug. 23 2013
By AGBO Business Architecture S.L. B84030667 - Published on Amazon.com
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I can't believe this is the first review! This book is amazing both for the quality and the price (the kindle version is so inexpensive, I thought at first it was a mistake).

After several years using other languages, mostly Objective C, I had to return to C++ this morning. I played around around for a few hours, and it was obvious I needed a brush up. There were many changes in C++ 11 that I wasn't aware of...

The book certainly did live up to it's title: I was not only impatient, I was in a crazy hurry. I bought it this morning, around 11. It is now 20:00 (that's 8 PM, my dear american friends ;-) and I just finished reading it. This is BY FAR the best intro to C++ I've seen: short (for a C++ book) and to the point.

If you need to learn C++ or brush up your skills, by all means buy it. The author did a terrific job. Thank you so much and congrats! :-)
5.0 out of 5 stars I like it Feb. 6 2014
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There's no filler and the explanations are cogent. This book outlines the elements of the language and illustrates how they work to form a cohesive whole. It's not narrative, so I can skip the parts I'm already comfortable with, and there are no cloying attempts at personalization. If you prefer to mainline your knowledge, this is a good hit.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Book Jan. 8 2014
By MATTHEW E MOORE - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great book that gets to the point quickly. Bought other C++ books by very knowledgeable authors, but they tend to spend a lot of (boring) time making sure you know how smart they are. This book will give you a good foundation in C++ to build on, quickly. This is the first C++ book I have been able to get through. I have about 15 years of programming experience, but never really got to work with C++. This book really makes the transition easy. Start with this one first, I wish that I had.
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent book with a lot of usefull insights, but some C++ experience is needed in advance Dec 13 2013
By samo - Published on Amazon.com
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I think this is a great book that supplements more core-language oriented books. It achieves this with by introducing (at proper lenght) C/C++ library features. As well, C++11 additions are great. But still, one needs to other books as well if one wants get at the C++, but for users with some C++ experience, it is a great choice.
3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good survey. Dec 11 2013
By Brent W. - Published on Amazon.com
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Pretty good survey. Sometimes the examples are a little too simple and cookie-cutter. I'd rather see something more involved in the examples so you can see how things really play out. But, overall it seems like a good tour of the language. I have the Kindle version, but I think I miss the random access abilities of hard copy when it comes to a programming language book.
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