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Second Edition now available! "This is a 193-page masterpiece that I read in one sitting...I guarantee that some combination of these 50 items will grab and enlighten you, and repay your modest investment...This is a well-written, honest book aimed at C++ programmers who are converging toward fluency and effectiveness." -- Stan Kelly-Bootle, Unix Review Scott Meyers presents 50 concise rules based on what experienced C++ developers almost always do - or almost always avoid - to create efficient, portable, and maintainable software. Each rule is accompanied by examples that illustrate the rule at work. If you want to be a proficient C++ programmer, you will need to understand the complex interactions between the many features in the language. This incisive guide offers insight into the most important interactions.Among its unique benefits, this book offers: *Expert guidance on object-oriented design, class design, and the proper use of inheritance *Innovative ways to simulate features your compiler may not have *Accumulated wisdom traditionally passed informally from programmer to programmer This book corresponds to the definition of C++, including templates and exceptions, found in The Annotated C++ Reference Manual by Ellis and Stroustrup, and is also must reading for programmers with compilers supporting earlier versions of the language. With this book, you will learn how to write large scale software even if your compiler does not provide for nested types, templates, or exceptions. Meyers assumes a working knowledge of C++. 0201563649B04062001 [via]