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RE: C++ and Programming Books (was "Questions questions questions ")

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  • Cunningham, Chris
    A quick list of next books for programming: Bentley, Jon Louis. Programming Pearls Coplien, James O., Advanced C++, Programming Styles and Idioms, Coplien,
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 1, 2001
      A quick list of 'next' books for programming:

      Bentley, Jon Louis. Programming Pearls

      Coplien, James O., Advanced C++, Programming Styles and Idioms,

      Coplien, James O. , Douglas C. Schmidt (Editor). Pattern Languages of
      Program Design

      Ellis, Margaret A., and Bjarne Stroustrup. The Annotated C++ Reference
      Manual.

      Gamma, Erich , Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides, Grady Booch.
      Design Patterns

      Hunt, Andrew, David Thomas, Ward Cunningham. The Pragmatic Programmer: From
      Journeyman to Master

      Kernighan, Brian W., Rob Pike. The Practice of Programming

      Koenig,Andrew , and Barbara E. Moo. Accelerated C++: Practical Programming
      by Example

      Koenig,Andrew, and Barbara E. Moo. Ruminations on C++ : A Decade of
      Programming Insight and Experience

      Lakos, John, Large-Scale C++ Software Design

      Lee, Richard C. , William M. Tepfenhart. UML and C++: A Practical Guide to
      Object-Oriented Development

      Lippman Stanley B., C++ Gems

      Lippman, Stanley B., Inside the C++ Object Model

      McConnell, Steve, Code Complete

      Enjoy,
      -c
      Chris Cunningham
      Work: chris.cunningham@...
      iPage: chrisc@...
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