Subject:C++ programming language(Redirected from Programming:C plus plus)
These books deal with the C++ programming language: a general-purpose programming language. It is regarded as a middle-level language, as it comprises a combination of both high-level and low-level language features. You may also be interested on the material regarding this subject at Wikiversity. C++ originally began as an extension of the C programming language.
C++ Programming: this book covers the history and characteristics of the programming language as it may be taught in an introductory to advanced course or as a reference book, including information on what is a programming language or how to install a compiler to the most used external libraries, GUI frameworks, design patterns, RAII, Multi-Threading and other information needed for real world programming in C++.
Geared towards: anyone interested in the C++ programming language.
More C++ Idioms: the objective of this open book is to help elevate the knowledge of programmers who have moderate level of familiarity with C++ to a level where they feel much friendlier with C++. It provides an exhaustive catalog of modern reusable C++ idioms based on what expert programmers often use while programming/designing using C++. It is an effort to capture their vocabulary and concepts into a single work.
Geared towards: anyone with an intermediate level of knowledge in C++ and programming language paradigms.
Optimizing C++: platform-independent guidelines to develop efficient software using C++.
Geared towards: C++ programmers who need to improve the performance of the software they develop.
Understanding C++: book covering only the core C++ language and its standard library and focuses on writing clean portable code. This book assumes you already have a C++ compiler installed and have read how to compile programs with it.
Geared towards: anyone with a moderate knowledge of how to use a computer and an interest in understanding the C++ standard.
C++ Programming As A Set Of Problems: a book covering the C++ language from the practical side. This book assumes you already have a C++ compiler installed and have read how to compile programs with it.
Geared towards: anyone with a moderate knowledge of how to use a computer and an interest in programming with C++.
Intro To C++: Do you want to learn C++, and have ways to actually remember how? Check this book out then!
Geared towards: someone who wants to get into computer programming and start off with C++.