C++ In Plain English (In Plain English (IDG)) 3rd edition by Overland, Brian (2000) Taschenbuch

C In Plain English In Plain English IDG rd edition by Overland Brian Taschenbuch

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    • This book is written in English but not necessarily understandable for a non-programmer. I tried to learn C++ with this book and considering the price, I bought it. I wish I could exchange this book with another in the bookstore. The author assumes you know certain terms and throws in a few obscure examples. This book also covers a small area of C++ for a beginner's book. It appears that the author assumes you know C++, this book is just a review of the C++ syntax, with explanations left [...]


    • I read this book to learn C before my college C course and it paid off! The course was a breeze. It helped too that I was already proficient in Visual Basic. I'll do the same thing for C++ too. Anyhow, this is an excellent book to start one off in the world of C. It covers the basics and is well written. My favorite feature is the size of the book. I hate books that are 1,500 pages. This one is nice and small and to the point.


    • Believe it or not, I nearly read the whole book! This book is just great for those with a bit of programming knowledge, but even if you don't, it provides easy-to-understand explainations to start you off.Firstly, I have done C++ b4, but with this book, I managed to get better insights into some of the C++ concepts. Not only that, the author actually bothers to explain some of the more important predefined library functions!Secondly, this book makes for a great tutorial with concise explain [...]


    • This book is brilliant for anyone that has a good understanding (or thinks they have) of C++. I've learnt more from this book than all my other books combined.More advanced than a primer, this book would not suit a person that had just started learning C++. The book is set out in a Standard manner with chapters, while the last section of the book has a listing of A-Z of all things C++.What I found invaluable is the short examples that are provided and the detailed explanation of the syntax [...]


    • I think the title of this book should read "C++ in English" instead of "Plain English." The wording is a little complex and the author doesn't give enough examples or complete enough examples. But if your up to the challenge of decodeing the authors thought patters I do think that this book is a good starter.


    • After some experience programming in C++, my big lament is that there are certain aspects of the language that don't stick with me and that I have to look up every time. There are also certain other aspects whose purpose is not altogether clear. I found Brian Overland's book reached its goal of explaining C++ in plain English. I finally understand a whole host of things that mystified me before. It is also a useful reference. It seemd that as I was reading, questions would come to mind. As t [...]


    • Even though I consider myself to be an okay programmer in Visual Basic, I never got C/C++ until I read this book.This is a great book to get started with C\C++. I have tried ZDU (Online University) and with their 40$ book that makes hardly any sense to anyone unless they have knowledge of object-oriented programming, and even with the online help, I had trouble. I have bought 2 other books and still didn't understand C until I started reading it in Plain English: Brian Overland's C++ In Plai [...]


    • This book gives a general overview of most areas in C++. This was the first book that I read while I was teaching myself C++. It is a good book to introduce topics, but to really understand the C++ language I would recommend a book such as C++ Primer, by Stanley B. Lippman.


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