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- Title C++ In Action: Industrial Strength Programming Techniques
- Author(s) Bartosz Milewski
- Publisher: Addison Wesley Publishing Company (June 1, 2001)
- Paperback 485 pages
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- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0201699486
- ISBN-13: 978-0201699487
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This book is a modern guide to using C++ langugage, including how to apply it to Windows programming. Shows how to write programs for programmers, not computers.
C++ In Action: Industrial-Strength Programming Techniques picks up where the standard tutorial leaves off, providing a fresh perspective on the language for both the novice and seasoned C++ programmer. Focusing on programming technique, this book captures the essence of expression in C++, promoting a methodology that delivers robust, reliable, and elegant code.
This project-based tutorial begins with an overview of the language, stressing "conversational C++." Focusing on technique, C++ In Action describes how to avoid pitfalls and how to understand, modify, and debug C++. This book teaches the programmer how to write small, fast, reliable, and scalable programs within a sensible timeframe. In addition, it provides extensive coverage of Windows programming in C++ and the development of large-scale projects with the language.About the Authors
- Bartosz Milewski is the president of Reliable Software, a company that creates high-quality productivity tools for programmers. His work has been widely published in major journals over the past several years. During his eight years at Microsoft, he was the development lead of the Content Index component of Windows 2000. He has taught C++ programming at the University of Wroclaw in Poland and holds a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Wroclaw.
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