Jumping Into C++ by Alex Allain (19-Apr-2013) Paperback

Jumping Into C by Alex Allain Apr Paperback

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    • nice approach but not well edited - it says right when actually where we should look is left (screenshot p. 16), and it refers to an aforementioned board game on p. 97 when nothing like it was mentioned before. Note that I am reading on a kindle so the pages might be slightly different in another edition.p. 177: something missing in "In a sense, references are pointers with a reversed “default” behavior for what happens you write the name of the variable."On p. 178 all the references do not [...]

    • Dieses Buch ist eine Einführung in C++. Nach einer kurzen Einführung werden für die verschiedenen Betriebssysteme die folgenden Entwicklungsumgebungen vorgestellt:1. Code::Blocks (Windows)2. Xcode (Mac)3. g++ / nano (Linux)Die einzelnen Kapitel sind relativ kurz und bauen aufeinander auf. Jedes Kapitel beginnt mit etwas Theorie oder Motivation, bringt gute oder schlechte Beispiele, stellt Beispielprogramme vor und endet mit Fragen (zum Ankreuzen oder praktisch).Zusätzlich zum Kern von C++ we [...]

    • Actually the book teaches you to code C using C++ features. This is not the way C++ should be taught.E.g. it is not recommended for C++ to use the macro "NULL", which is actually C-Style.The use of the initialization list is poorly explained, though it is an important feature of the language.The book overly stretches the use of new() and delete() for data types. You'd rather avoid the pairingnew() and delete() in C++ and use suitable container (STL) for your data.On page 151 of the copy I scruti [...]

    • I have read several books on C++ but Alex Allain has a very nice way of presenting very complex and confusing aspects of this extremely powerful language. I especially liked his explanation of pointers and his presentation of how they are used in a detail explanation of linked lists and binary tree searches.Having been a programmer for many years, I never understood the emphasis in C++ of writing text files versus binary and that idea was explained in detail as well. I would still recommend Mike [...]

    • This is a very good book and I definitely recommend it. The first half of this book goes thru the basic operating components of doing simple programs. Its pretty good going thru standard syntax, commands, operators, loops and into arrays and pointers and into recursion to binary trees. However after that a lot of the material gets more complicated but some of the sample programs he uses are not complete and seem more confusing. Basically the book explains some of the more complex parts too br [...]

    • A great book. Not perfect, but great. My background is that, when I was about 10 to 15 years younger, I was learning C. I got up to the point of doing file in/out and then the class was over and I moved on.Ten years later and I'm getting a degree in CS and the first classes will be taught using C++ to cover the concepts and as a baseline language. This seems fine. But I want to go in understanding, at a minimum, the syntax and knowing what I once knew. It was easy for me to get started using the [...]

    • I started this book as with a decent grasp of programming in general, and of C++ specifically, so I mostly just skimmed the first 2/3 or so. However, I'm mostly self-taught, so there are lots of random little patches missing in what I know which someone who took a more structured path will likely not have missed; in short, I've found this to be exactly what I needed to fill many of those in. I tried to use a couple other intro to C++ books for this purpose, but they were overly focused on bein [...]

    • This book is great for the beginner or for the person in need of brushing up on C++ coding. I am using it to teach my 13-year old daughter C++. It explains the concepts well and is an easy read, which is helped by the occasional humor he injects into the text.

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