good programming books (spec. c++)

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Shibboleth, Nov 10, 2005.

  1. Shibboleth

    Shibboleth teh mad Plato skillz

    Sep 29, 2004
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    here's the haps. I taught myself c++ using "C++ from the Ground Up" by Herbert Schildt, and by mostly programming in C. So now I know c and c++ well, but practically no theory. I know things like MVC and some basic OO theory, but am craving more. Also I own Effective c++ already and enjoy it.

    so here's what I'm asking: Can anyone suggest to me some books that will cover
    • design patterns
    • intricacies of c++ (ie, how it translates into assembler, what the compiler does)
    • object oriented design theories
    • code design (class hierachies, control flow, )
    • basically things that will teach me what I can't learn from experience
    I've been looking into a few books on amazon and would like suggestions on them as well, please.

    Inside the Object Model: The Sensible Use of C++ - David M. Papurt;
    Head First Design Patterns - Elisabeth Freeman;
    Exceptional C++ Style : 40 New Engineering Puzzles - Herb Sutter;
    More Exceptional C++ - Herb Sutter;
    Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software - Erich Gamma;
    C++ Coding Standards : 101 Rules, Guidelines, and Best Practices - Herb Sutter;
    Object-Oriented Design Heuristics - Arthur J. Riel
    Standard C++ IOStreams and Locales - Angelika
    More Effective C++[FONT=verdana,arial,helvetica][SIZE=-1] by Scott Meyers

    thanks again for input
  2. samm

    samm Next in Line

    Dec 22, 2000
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    San Jose, CA

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