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  • 出版社: Addison-Wesley Professional; 1 (2000年8月24日)
  • 丛书名: C++ in Depth Series
  • 平装: 352页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 020170353X
  • 条形码: 0785342703535, 9780201703535
  • 商品尺寸: 18.8 x 2.8 x 23.4 cm
  • 商品重量: 590 g
  • ASIN: 020170353X
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Andrew Koenig is a member of the Large-Scale Programming Research Department at AT&T's Shannon Laboratory, and the Project Editor of the C++ standards committee. A programmer for more than 30 years, 15 of them in C++, he has published more than 150 articles about C++, and speaks on the topic worldwide.

Barbara E. Moo is an independent consultant with 20 years' experience in the software field. During her nearly 15 years at AT&T, she worked on one of the first commercial products ever written in C++, managed the company's first C++ compiler project, and directed the development of AT&T's award-winning WorldNet Internet service business.



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目录



Preface.


0. Getting Started.

Comments.

#include.

The Main Function.

Curly Braces.

Using the Standard Library for Output.

The Return Statement.

A Slightly Deeper Look.

Details.



1. Working with Strings.

Input.

Framing a Name.

Details.



2. Looping and Counting.

The Problem.

Overall Structure.

Writing an Unknown Number of Rows.

Writing a Row.

The Complete Framing Program.

Counting.

Details.



3. Working with Batches of Data.

Computing Student Grades.

Using Medians Instead of Averages.

Details.



4.Organizing Programs and Data.

Organizing computations.

Organizing Data.

Putting it All Together.

Partitioning the Grading Program.

The Revised Grading Program.

Details.



5. Using Sequential Containers and Analyzing Strings.

Separating Students into Categories.

Iterators.

Using Iterators Instead of Indices.

Rethinking Our Data Structure for Better Performance.

The List Type.

Taking Strings Apart.

Testing Our Split Function.

Putting Strings Together.

Details.



6. Using Library Algorithms.

Analyzing Strings.

Comparing Grading Schemes.

Classifying Students, Revisited.

Algorithms, Containers, and Iterators.

Details.



7. Using Associative Containers.

Containers that Support Efficient Look-Up.

Counting Words.

Generating a Cross-Reference Table.

Generating Sentences.

A Note on Performance.

Details.



8. Writing Generic Functions.

What is a Generic Function?

Data-Structure Independence.

Input and Output Iterators.

Using Iterators for Flexibility.

Details.



9. Defining New Types.

Student_info revisited.

Class Types.

Protection.

The Student_info class.

Constructors.

Using the Student_info class.

Details.



10. Managing Memory and Low-Level Data Structures.

Pointers and Arrays.

String Literals Revisited.

Initializing Arrays of Character Pointers.

Arguments to Main.

Reading and Writing Files.

Three Kinds of Memory Management.

Details.



11. Defining Abstract Data Types.

The Vec Class.

Implementing the Vec Class.

Copy Control.

Dynamic Vecs.

Flexible Memory Management.

Details.



12. Making Class Objects Act Like Values.

A Simple String Class.

Automatic Conversions.

Str Operations.

Some Conversions are Hazardous.

Conversion Operators.

Conversions and Memory Management.

Details.



13. Using Inheritance and Dynamic Binding.

Inheritance.

Polymorphism and Virtual Functions.

Using Inheritance to Solve Our Problem.

A Simple Handle Class.

Using the Handle Class.

Subtleties.

Details.



14. Managing Memory (Almost) Automatically.

Handles that Copy their Objects.

Reference-Counted Handles.

Handles that Let you Decide When to Share Data.

An Improvement on Controllable Handles.

Details.



15. Revisiting Character Pictures.

Design.

Implementation.

Details.



16. Where Do We Go From Here?

Use the Abstractions You Have.

Learn More.



Appendix A. Language Details.

Declarations.

Types.

Expressions.

Statements.



Appendix B. Library Summary.

Input-Output.

Containers and Iterators.

Algorithms.



Index. 020170353XT04062001

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评论者 yinglinchn 于 2014年2月20日
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非常好的C++书,有点深入浅出的感觉,可惜国内没有影印版,原版够贵的
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平均5.0 星 Great dive into C++ for existing programmers 2015年8月10日
评论者 Nicholas Harring - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I am still working my way through the book, however I can say that it is hands down the best intro to C++ I've come across. I've been trying to learn this language since the late 90s and have never had anywhere near the success I am with Accelerated C++. Starting with useful abstractions and solving problems in a modern, idiomatic C++ fashion then proceeding deeper into the language once the contextual framework to understand why you would want to do the things they're showing you is amazingly effective at making the how to do these things sink in and stay in.

This is an especially great way for people who already know how to program, but want to learn C++ in particular. I come from a Perl and Python background, but want to get into the systems programming world. There is minimal belaboring of simple concepts like variables and loops, and instead the focus is on building useful abstractions and applying them to reasonable real world problems. Each chapter has some exercises at the end which cement and then extend what you learn in that chapter, but they manage not to end up feeling like college CS homework and not chew up more time than feels reasonable considering what you're trying to accomplish with the book.
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平均4.0 星 Great book to gain working knowledge except for lack of example output 2014年11月29日
评论者 The Flying Brewmaster - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I had taken a c++ class years prior though had never had to program with vigor using c++ in my work tasks. That changed and I needed a book to walk me through what was important in coming up to speed with learning, modifying and developing a very large c++ simulation. This book is perfect for this. This book walks one through a regimen that begins with material relevant in most programs; rather than "basic" not so relevant material. The length is not so large as to scare away; some similar books are so long that it would take a year to seriously plow through them. The book will get you up and going in using library functions and developing your own functions before it even touches class structure or inheritance which is addressed in the second half and is done is such a way that many of the advanced concepts are understood based upon the practical work covered in the first half of the book. The only critical remarks I have is that the book gives many very useful examples that really need to be followed and programmed by the reader and yet there is no output to these examples given to compare answers to. I also found that the generation of the input streams to many of the examples needed slight modifications depending upon the platform / compiler being used. Other than these two things, the book is a great buy.
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平均5.0 星 A nearly perfect book for those new to C++ (but not new to programming) 2010年3月7日
评论者 Alex Gezerlis - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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The authors are widely considered to be among the world's foremost authorities on C++. What is perhaps even more important for the purposes of this review is that the authors are not only knowledgeable, but are also great teachers: they have used the material in this book for their professional-education course at Stanford University, and their pedagogic skills show on every page. It comes as no surprise, then, that "Accelerated C++" is consistently recommended to programmers who wish to learn C++.

The Good: This book does not talk down to the reader. It assumes that you are intelligent and implicitly expects you to have previously come into contact with either procedural or object-oriented programming. Many different topics are covered in a short space (around 300 pages in total), but the text is highly readable owing to the authors's relaxed tone, as well as their many cross-references and their detailed explanations of the examples (after all, the book's subtitle is "practical programming by example"). Equally important, the authors have provided on their website the source code for all the examples in the book (and more), packaged for different platforms. As should be obvious, modifying, compiling, and running the code in parallel to reading the text is integral to understanding the concepts being introduced. In contradistinction to many other popular volumes, this book teaches real C++, not "C with classes". To illustrate this point, let me note that pointers and arrays are only introduced in Chapter 10 (of 16). "Accelerated C++" jumps right in and describes a variety of topics that are of use to professional C++ programmers, such as standard library algorithms, templates, allocators, dynamic binding, and more.

The Bad: Some readers may find the student-grading and character-pictures examples a little boring (though what simple example isn't somewhat boring?). Also, the difficulty level of the exercises is not consistent (e.g. some have already been worked out in the provided source code). This book isn't really great as a reference: new concepts are introduced when they are needed for the purposes of the examples. This means that the chapters cannot really be read out of order. Futhermore, certain things like bitsets, switches, enums, and multiple inheritance are either relegated to the Appendices or are not mentioned at all. In a similar vein, object-oriented programming is not thoroughly discussed (as can be expected from such a short book): e.g., inheritance is introduced in chapter 13 (of 16). Finally, this book was published in 2000 and quite a bit has changed in the meantime. Most notably, we are now expecting a new standard to come out (still known as C++0x). Unfortunately, this book doesn't talk about TR1 (a specification for functionality being added to C++'s standard library) or boost (a collection of libraries offering TR1 implementations and much more), or threading in C++. A new edition of "Accelerated C++" apparently is in the works.

Lest the reader feel that I am being too negative, I note that it is impossible for one book to please everyone and cover everything, while being always up-to-date and still remaining short. In a nutshell, this book is great at what it intends to be: a fast-paced, authoritative, and pedagogically sound introduction to (1998/2003) standard C++ . This book definitely deserves 5 stars.

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My two cents on recommended follow-ups:

* C++ Primer, 4th edition, by Stanley B. Lippman, Josee Lajoie, Barbara E. Moo

A great second book which can be used to solidify and expand your understanding. The "C++ Primer" is over 800 pages long, but it is so well written that it can either be read cover-to-cover or used as a reference (see also my review of it on amazon).

* Effective C++, 3rd edition, by Scott Meyers

This assumes you have already come across all of the material contained in "Accelerated C++" and in the "C++ Primer". It offers solid advice on numerous aspects of effective C++ development. Meyers also describes a few design patterns as well as more modern topics like TR1.

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平均5.0 星 Consider reading this with Google by your side. 2016年2月4日
评论者 Stephen - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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The content in this book is very thorough and, ultimately, well explained; however, as previous reviews have noted, the content is DENSE. Expect to read this with Google by your side, because I, personally, needed to look up definitions and analogies countless times. That's not to say that what's in the book is inadequate, it just means that you might need to supplement this body of work with other examples/analogies/definitions that make things click for you.

Don't skip the exercises at the end of each chapter, either. The book does an excellent job of carrying on from not just where it left off, but certain inferences you begin to make on your own via solving the examples at the end of each chapter.

Overall, this is a great resource, but they sure do pack a lot of terminology per square inch!