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Author: David M. Papurt
ISBN: 1884842054
Subcategory: Programming
Pages 522 pages
Publisher SIGS (January 1, 1996)
Language English
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eBook Inside the Object Model: The Sensible Use of C++ (SIGS: Advances in Object Technology) download

by David M. Papurt


Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles . The second half is concerned with Object Orientation and would only be of use to Ada95 (and, of course, C++) programmers.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts. I had the privilege of working with Bob Meehan, a brilliant PhD in mathematics.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and . Each chapter uses independent examples to illustrate key concepts described in the text and features helpful icons that clearly identify important ideas and dangerous pitfalls.

Inside the C++ Object Model

Inside the C++ Object Model. By Stanley B. Lippman. Publisher Pub Date ISBN Pages. Inside the C++ Object Model focuses on the underlying mechanisms that support object-oriented programming within C++: constructor semantics, temporary generation, support for encapsulation, inheritance, and "the virtuals"-virtual functions and virtual inheritance. This book shows how your understanding the underlying implementation models can help you code more efficiently and with greater confidence. The use of program code in this text serves two primary purposes: 1. To provide concrete illustrations of the various aspects of the C++ Object Model under discussion.

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SIGS: Advances in Object Technology Object Lessons: Lessons Learned in Object-Oriented Development. A truly useful book for active C++ programmers. Förlag SIGS - Böcker - Bokus bokhandel Böcker från förlag SIGS i Bokus bokhandel: Advanced Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Using UML; Inside the Object Model; What Every Software Manager Must Know.

Synopsis: Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first .

Synopsis: Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ .

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts.

Published January 1, 1996 by SIGS.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and .

Inside the object model - the sensible use of C++. David M. Papurt. Advances in object technology. Additional Aspects of Generalization. Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts.

Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts. Drawing on nearly ten years of programming and teaching experience, Papurt thoroughly describes the relationship between the basic principles and concerns of object modeling and the C++ programming language. Each chapter uses independent examples to illustrate key concepts described in the text and features helpful icons that clearly identify important ideas and dangerous pitfalls. With over 100 figures, hundreds of working code examples, and comparisons of coding techniques, this book rewards teh reader with a complete understanding of both C++ and the object model. Professional software analysts, designers, programmers, and advanced computer science students will benefit from reading this book.
Defolosk
Well written and concise. How about keeping it in print, I ordered another copy.
Cia
Unless you have a bent for philosophy, don't buy this book until you have seen at least part of Chapter 4! This is not "10 Quick Tips to Improve Your C++ Skills." It is a seminal text that attempts to alter the fundamental way you perceive the process of programming.
This book seeks to correlate object-oriented programming with cognitive science. To this end, an abstract Object Model is created which is language-independent. This level of power and generality invariably exacts a toll in readability. Rather than illustrating the concepts with specific examples from a programming language, the author instead conveys the essence of the concepts first and only then clarifies this abstraction with programmatic examples.
Readers familiar with Ada will recognize certain terminology and concepts. For example, "attribute" is formally defined, and we see that an Ada attribute indeed conforms to this formal definition, and that the Ada construct was aptly named. The first part of the book deals with Abstract Data Types and is extremely relevant to both Ada and C++ programmers. The second half is concerned with Object Orientation and would only be of use to Ada95 (and, of course, C++) programmers.
I had the privilege of working with Bob Meehan, a brilliant PhD in mathematics. Bob had an uncanny ability to create a mental map of a program and then translate this abstract mental map into a working program. Over the years, I have learned to achieve this using Ada, but was at a loss to transfer this facility into C++. Reading this book has given me a glimpse into the way Bob's mind worked, and I am confident that after I have read (and re-read!) this book and fully absorbed its content, any expertise that I may have acquired in Ada will be fully transferable to C++.
This book is a treasure trove, but its nuggets are not easily mined. To absorb its message, you are asked to learn a number of abstract concepts whose pertinence to programming is not at all apparent. But, as an earlier reviewer has stated, if you keep at it the light eventually dawns and you find that you have been handed the key to correct thinking--because the author has altered your cognitive processes and enabled you to perceive and function in a completely new way.
Ada actively enforced the Object-Based paradigm. Resistance was futile and the compiler ruthlessly punished infractions. C++ relies on convention and the integrity of the programmer to enforce the Object-Oriented paradigm. Other than type-checking, the C++ compiler is promiscuous. Indeed, it has to be, since it needs to be able to compile C programs. Without the broader view and greater understanding imparted by this book, strict adherence to the OO paradigm would be quite difficult. Kurt Godel pointed out that a framework can only be completely understood from a broader, more inclusive framework that encompasses the original framework. This book, if you have the tenacity, will impart that broader framework and will change the very way you perceive the world.
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This book will delight the intermediate to experienced C++ developer. The focus is on concepts supported by the C++ language features. Short code snippets make the implementation of those concepts clear and practical. A book worth reading more than once. A book in which you can find justifications for a particular design choice. If you need to strenghthen your use of C++ on a conceptual level, if you pay attention to program in the right way, if you are a purist towards the use of C++, read this book !
Kikora
This book is a sleeper. When I started to read it I thought it irrelevant. Then a light dawned, and I began to understand a new, and correct way, of thinking about OO programming while gaining a greater knowledge of modeling and C++ programming techniques. I've read it twice and refer to it frequently for clarification and reference on some fine points. A truly useful book for active C++ programmers.
OCARO
This book is excellent! It is what a C++ intermediate book should be. The emphasis is on teaching what the Object Model is and how to implement it using C++ language constructs "sensibly". I wish the author would bring it up to date and write an advanced version. I would also enjoy seeing the author's recommended reading list.
Thank you Dr. Papurt for this book. Please write more.
Bolanim
Sensible Book. Hits the main principles properly.
But please also consider the Gang of Four's "Design Patterns". The first chapter of the latter is a great tour de force summary of the entirety of Papurt's book (which digs into the C++ implications of the Gang of Four, who ignore language specifics).