[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Re: C++ textbooks: recommendations?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: C++ textbooks: recommendations?
- From: "Simon Biles" <simon_(_dot_)_biles_(_at_)_gmail_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 09:09:42 +0100
Have a look at :
Essential C++, Stanley B. Lippman, Addison-Wesley, ISBN: 0-201-48518-4
Accelerated C++, Andrew Koenig & Barbara E. Moo, Addison-Wesley, ISBN:
They will get you programming faster than most books, which I personally
find is a good thing :-)
On 05/04/06, Gustavo Rios <rios_(_dot_)_gustavo_(_at_)_gmail_(_dot_)_com> wrote:
> I would not suggest C++ for anything!
> On 4/4/06, dick_(_at_)_uchicago_(_dot_)_edu <dick_(_at_)_uchicago_(_dot_)_edu> wrote:
> > i need to learn C++, but do not know where to begin with textbooks or
> > docs. since, AFAICT, there are a great many skilled programmers on list,
> i would
> > appreciate any recommendations that can be made about introductory and
> > intermediate texts on C++.
> > my motivation for asking this is to avoid purchasing texts that will sit
> on my
> > shelf and collect dust. there are a great many introductory texts on
> > every subject that do just that and/or don't cover enough material in
> > depth.
> > are there any texts on best practices for writing exploit-free code? if
> you feel
> > this is insufficiently openbsd related, please reply off-list to reduce
> > cheers,
> > jake
CISSP, OPSA, BS7799 Lead Auditor, MBCS
Visit your host, monkey.org