The Design and Evolution of C

In this book, Stroustrup dissects many of these decisions to present a case study in real object- oriented language development for the working programmer.

The Design and Evolution of C

Author: Bjarne Stroustrup

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

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Page: 461

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The designer of C++ recounts its development, dissecting the decisions made in the creation of the language to present a case study in real object-oriented development for the working programmer. In doing so, he presents his views on programming and design in a concrete and useful way. Topics include a prehistory of C++, C with classes, C++ language design rules, standardization, libraries, memory management, multiple inheritance, casting, templates, and exception handling. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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