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RE: CLOS and C++
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: RE: CLOS and C++
- From: lovewell@suncin.Central.Sun.COM (Brian Lovewell SE - Cincinnati Office)
- Date: Tue, 4 Jan 94 13:27:25 EST
- Cc: lovewell@suncin.Central.Sun.COM
I haven't seen any books specifically designed for the CLOS
user to learn C++, but I have had experience with both. My
personal feeling is that a good handle on object-oriented
approaches is better than the specifics of any language
implementation. My favorite references are:
Grady Booch's "Object Oriented Design: With Applications"
James Rumbaugh's "Object-Oriented Modeling and Design"
If you need a good reference for C++ I would start with
Stroustrup's book (this one is at home where I have a Centris
with MCL 2.0 and Symantec's C++) but the title is something
like "The C++ Language". For additional information on C
oriented issues I use:
Kernighan & Ritchie's "The C Programming Langauge",
Harbison & Guy Steele's (Familiar?) "C A Reference Manual" and
Plauger's "The Standard C Library"
Just my 2-cents worth...