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Posted October 22, 2001
Outstanding textbook: C++ crystal clear in the OO sense
The book introduces C++ to the novice in the OO sense from the start and really does cover all C++ language features (e.g. namespaces, templates, exceptions, STL). Even crucial points, such as polymorphism, dynamic members, up and down casts or pointers and bit manipulations are explained in a very expository and comprehensive manner. In particular, I appreciate the well structured organization of the chapters. Each double page contains graphics and many useful sample programs on the left-hand side, with language descriptions (without boring repetitions) on the right-hand side. End-of-chapter exercises and solutions round out this outstanding textbook.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.