It look innocent enough. Some readers find it boring, tedious, insulting even. This means that even though the presentation is slow paced you will need the intellectual apparatus to understand some of the subtle ideas. I found it deeply relaxing and easy to read. Graphics is a good place to explain the ideas of object-oriented programming but there is also a lot to learn about GUIs and UIs.
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Bjjarne chapter on how to think about creating a program includes a long discussion of grammar and how it relates to code. However, even if you are a complete novice you will probably want to skip the introduction and perhaps even later bits because the approach is very wordy. The book really gets going at Chapter 2 which is where I suggest all readers hsing start. Clearly Bjarne doesn’t agree because this book is aimed at the complete beginner.
However, what it is explaining is quite advanced and sophisticated.
The notes to the reader go into the teaching philosophy used. Next numerics, with matrices and simple numerical algorithms. Did you notice something wrong with it? It is clearly a student-oriented book and it is designed to be used on college courses – it has exercises.
This isn’t made pirnciples, nor is where to store the file – it is expected that you can work this out. This leads on to a consideration of arrays and templates, i.
How can anything be difficult when explained in this straightforward way? From here the book moves though the basic topics of objects, expressions, functions, class and so on.
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It also deals with more general topics such has how to cope with errors and how to think about program creation. Part II, a sizable chunk ans the book, is called “Input and Output” which might seem a very narrow topic but interpreted in the full sense of data and graphics has a lot stroustruo ground to cover.
Java By Comparison Author: This means that even though the presentation is slow paced you will need the intellectual apparatus to understand some of the subtle ideas. Java programmers at just the right level Rating: For most readers the view will have been fairly broad already so what to expect? This could be the place prihciples the real beginner without any help to call on gets completely stuck and gives up, so never reading the remaining plus pages of the book.
It starts off with a look at streams and working with files, but it quickly moves on to graphics. I found it deeply relaxing and easy to read.
Bjarne clearly understands programming, and the way you have to think to program, at a sufficiently high level to be able to reflect on the activity and understand what it is a beginner has nad master and in what order.
Some readers find it boring, tedious, insulting even. Practie is a bit like reading a treatise on advanced quantum physics expressed in basic English – I kept thinking “tell it to me like I’m five”.
It starts off with a look at the vector and how to manage storage. Finally if you are a Bjarne Stroustrup fan then you will find this an excellent read. How you react to this sort of explanation is key to how you feel about the book.
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Treating it at this point, however, allows it to be discussed with a bit more understanding. There is humour, bjarbe it is very gentle and if you are in a hurry you might well miss it.
This is odd because it is the sort of thing that is usually dealt with early in a book. Chapter 1 is a very lightweight look at what computing is all about and is suitable as an introduction for any reader who has never seen or heard about computers.
It look innocent enough.
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Graphics is a good place to explain the ideas of object-oriented programming but there is also a lot to learn about GUIs and UIs. As a result many orogramming believe that it’s no place to start learning how to program. Chapter 25 gives the flavour of embedded programming – mostly bit manipulation.