C++ links I found useful
- My favorite C++ reference (you can order it from Barnes & Noble) is
"The C++ Programmer's Handbook" by Paul J. Lucas, Prentice Hall,
only 130 pages, no "padding".
- Ellis, Stroustrup, "The Annotated C++ Reference".
The easiest way to understand C++ is to understand how
its compiler is implemented. Indeed, C++ is not a product of theory
(many programming language theorists hold that it's ugly at
best, a disaster at worst), but that of practice. This book
describes "reference implementation" of virtual functions,
multiple inheritance etc, and clarifies various hairy details.
General C++ Info:
Tell me if you find some on-line C++ or C reference!
USENET C++ FAQ - recommended reading! Skip the libraries FAQ, go to the language FAQ first.
C++ riddles. (Look for "Stump the Wizard" pages)
See if you really understand the language.
Contains useful pointers.
Understanding C++: an Accelerated Introduction.
Good on-line tutorial, covers basic syntax, and advanced C++ features:
Classes, Inheritance, Virtual Functions, Operator overloading,
Pointers etc. with lots of examples.
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