C++ For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers)) by Stephen R. Davis (2004-05-07)

C++ For Dummies (For Dummies (Computers)) by Stephen R. Davis (2004-05-07)

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    2. I had been trying to make the transition to OO programming for a year or two, and had tried 3-4 other books on C++, without any real luck at all. This was the first "Dummies" book I had ever bought, and I wasn't expecting much. What a surprise!!The author is a professional C++ programmer who always cuts to the chase and leaves the irrelevant stuff aside e.g. overloaded operators.Give yourself time. Work through this book a chapter at a time, and type in the examples and compile them as th [...]

    3. This book, unlike the other dummies books, is not aimed at total newbies, because that would be impossible in a book this short. Although I used it to learn the basics of C++, I don't recommend it because : the book spends a huge amount of time on meaningless gibberish, when I read a programming book I don't want to laugh, I want to learn; the author does not understand the principles behind OOP, only some syntax; finally, this book is _entirely_ useless once you have finished reading it.

    4. I have years of experience in C++ programming, have read more than 10 "GOOD" books (a la Lippman's C++ primer, Stroustrup's C++ ARM and more) And one day, I found this book in the library, so I picked it up to see what sort of book this is (because I like reading programming stuff) And all I have to say about this is already in the title line. This is not the book for dummies, it is for become a dummy in programming world.If you are a novice, I think there are a lot of books that have done [...]

    5. In comparison to Dan Gookin's fantastic synopsis of the C language, in C for Dummies, this book is nothing. What kind of book is this supposed to be?!? I cannot even read this book. It is very jam-packed, and hard to comprehend at times. My suggestion is to find a different book, one which has easier-to-comprehend chapters, and is not so boring. I believe I've proven my point.

    6. I found this book -very- helpful as I was struggling to learn C++ from Deitel and Deitel. This latter book tends to be encyclopedic and alright for review, but difficult to learn from. That is precisely where I found Davis' book so helpful. The philosophical discussion of OOP and the gradual transforming of a procedural, C program into an object-oriented, C++ program were particularly instructive It is true that he assumes you know some C -- he states this outright on p. 3 in my edition. [...]

    7. I've been looking for just the right introduction to programming for some time. I've spent more than a dozen hours combing through the shelves in my local Borders and B&N, skimming over 50 so-called "introductory" texts, looking for one that I could really learn from. By way of background, I am an advanced computer user/tinkerer, but I'm completely inexperienced in the field of programming -- never so much as typed a lick of code.In reviewing other books, I didn't want to start with a book [...]

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