From: Garry C. Marshall (wb15_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-03-15 04:51:04
One place I've found that has some good book reviews in general is the
ACCU web site at http://www.accu.org.
For the STL in particular, I'd heartily recommend 'The C++ Standard
Library' by Nicolai Josuttis - there's also a tutorial one by the same
author but I haven't seen that.
For patterns, you could start with the GoF 'Design Patterns' by Gamma,
Helm, Johnson and Vlissides and take it from there.
Other than that - the book reviews on the aforementioned site
should give you a good start.
Hope this helps.
On Thursday 15 March 2001 08:44, you wrote:
> I know this is off topic, but this group seems to consist of brighter
> and more informed people than are generally found in the newsgroups
> My question is:
> What are the two or three best books on modern C++ design concepts. I
> have a bit of experience in development with C++, but a lot of the
> concepts discussed here are design patterns and concepts concerning
> C++. I would like to know more about this subject, so what books
> should I read? It would be nice if it discussed the design of the STL
> as well.
> Thanks in advance.
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