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More C++ Gems

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Immo Hüneke, Robert C. Martin, Cay S. Horstmann, Stan Lippman, Dr. James M. Coggins, James O. Coplien, John Vlissides, Robert C. Martin, John Lakos, Robert C. Martin, James W. Newkirk, Bhama Rao, Steve Ball, John Crawford, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Alberto Antenangeli, Herb Sutter, Richard Gillian, Douglas C. Schmidt, Nat Pryce, Timothy H. Harrison, Matthew H. Austern, Chris Cleeland, Jeff Grossman
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  • Date Published: January 2000
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521786188

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  • With More C++ Gems, Robert Martin, Editor-in-Chief of C++ Report, presents the long-awaited follow-up to C++ Gems (1996). Since the publication of the first book, the C++ language has experienced many changes. The ISO has adopted a standard for the language and its library. The Unified Modeling Language has affected software development in C++, and Java has changed things as well. Through all of these developments, C++ Report has been the forum for developers and programmers to share their experience and discuss new directions for the industry. More C++ Gems picks up where the first book left off, presenting tips, tricks, proven strategies, easy-to-follow techniques, and usable source code by some of the most renowned experts in the field.

    • Contains articles from the top writers at C++ Report
    • Hands-on tips for real-world C++ development
    • The editor has written an introduction for each article
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    • Date Published: January 2000
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521786188
    • length: 544 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 31 mm
    • weight: 0.79kg
    • contains: 10 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword
    Acknowledgments
    Introduction
    Part I. Diamonds From Deep in the Past:
    1. Finite state machines: a model of behavior for C++ Immo Hüneke
    2. Abstract classes and pure virtual functions Robert C. Martin
    3. Memory management and smart pointers Cay S. Horstmann
    4. Pointers vs. references Stan Lippman
    5. Much ado about null Dr. James M. Coggins
    6. Setting the stage James O. Coplien
    7. Perspectives from the 'gang of four' John Vlissides
    Part II. Present Day Industrial Diamonds:
    8. The open-closed principle Robert C. Martin
    9. Large-scale C++ software design John Lakos
    10. Taskmaster: an architecture pattern for GUI applications Robert C. Martin, James W. Newkirk and Bhama Rao
    11. Monostate classes: the power of one Steve Ball and John Crawford
    12. Applying the ABC metric to C, C++, and Java Jerry Fitzpatrick
    13. Patterns for mapping OO applications to relational databases Alberto Antenangeli
    14. Designing exception-safe generic containers Herb Sutter
    15. The anatomy of the assignment operator Richard Gillian
    16. Thread-specific storage for C/C++ Douglas C. Schmidt, Nat Pryce and Timothy H. Harrison
    17. Making the world safe for exceptions Matthew H. Austern
    18. What's in a class? Herb Sutter
    19. Pimples - beauty marks you can depend on Herb Sutter
    20. External polymorphism Chris Cleeland and Douglas C. Schmidt
    21. A technique for safe deletion with object locking Jeff Grossman
    22. GPERF: a perfect hash function generator Douglas C. Schmidt
    23. Uses and abuses of inheritance Herb Sutter
    24. Review: the BOOSE programming language Herb Sutter
    Index.

  • Editor

    Robert C. Martin

    Foreword

    Stanley Lippman

    Contributors

    Immo Hüneke, Robert C. Martin, Cay S. Horstmann, Stan Lippman, Dr. James M. Coggins, James O. Coplien, John Vlissides, Robert C. Martin, John Lakos, Robert C. Martin, James W. Newkirk, Bhama Rao, Steve Ball, John Crawford, Jerry Fitzpatrick, Alberto Antenangeli, Herb Sutter, Richard Gillian, Douglas C. Schmidt, Nat Pryce, Timothy H. Harrison, Matthew H. Austern, Chris Cleeland, Jeff Grossman

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