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The Waite Group's Object-Oriented Programming in C++ by Robert Lafore (1998-12-02)

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  1. None on said:

    Robert Lafore fills this book with an abundance of useful and VERY helpful information for programmers at almost any level There is however a downside, the book is also full of typographical errors, and just plain careless mistakes Anyone that can overlook all of the errors would be advised to purchase this book It does cover many aspects of C that I have not seen in most books, so it is close to complete The author also is rather inconsistent with the terms that he uses, and he uses them interc [...]

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    Do You want to learn Windows programming Do You want to learn about COM or other Object Oriented specifications Ok then go grab one of those RED Books with Some self proclaimed Hotshot s mug shot plastered on the cover After about three chapters of reading you realize that instead of learning to code the author is trying to beat you back to making websites about your cat You stare hoplessly at a list of about 30 words that you would love to use on a conferance call with NASA, BUT YOU CAN T BECAU [...]

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    This book has so many TYPOS and INACCURACIES that it is rendered practically WORTHLESS I rate it 1 star only because I cannot submit ZERO.Quoting from the introduction on page 5 For instance, the and functions, input output workhorses in C, are seldom used in C because and do a better job sic Presumably, the author means the SCANF and PRINTF functions are seldom used because CIN and COUT do a better job , but those particular dare I say ESSENTIAL words are left out.And it doesn t get better I PI [...]

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    This book has been praised to be a helpful hand for beginners I would say it is also valuable for those who have known C and OO It covers almost each and every feature of C the most flexible programming language, which facilitate the optimization of your code as well as broadening your vision towards C.

  5. None on said:

    An excellent book on C for those individuals with little or no programming experience Easy to understand language, lots of sample code, and plenty of simple diagrams make this a great self teaching book Intermediate and advanced programmers would find this book too simplistic.

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    I ve read this book for a Programming course at FCT UNL, Portugal.The main goal on learning C is to learn the object oriented mode of programming.When the author introduces virtual functions wich are the heart of OOP and classes , only past the middle of the book, he is inducing the reader on to program C with no OO concepts, thus doing the old way procedural programming.That s the only caveat THe book is quite good.If you wan t to learn C to your life, get also a OOP book If you are only intere [...]

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