19. References

  1. The Annotated C++ Reference Manual, Bjarne Stroustrup/Margareth Ellis[ARM], Addison Wesley 1990, ISBN 0-201-51459-1.

    This book forms the basis of the work in the ANSI-C++ committee.

  2. C++ Primer, Second Edition, Stanley B. Lippman, Addison Wesley 1991, ISBN 0-201-54848-8.

    Very good for learning the basics of C++.

  3. The C++ Programming Language, Second Edition, Bjarne Stroustrup, Addison Wesley 1991, ISBN 0-201-53992-6.

    This second edition has been completely updated with the current (and future) language definition. It will most certainly become a standard reference book.

  4. Advanced C++ Programming Styles and Idioms, James O. Coplien, Addison Wesley 1992, ISBN 0-210-54855-0.

    Possibly the most advanced book on how to use C++. Contains many tricks and tips.

  5. Object-oriented Software Construction, Bertrand Meyer, Prentice Hall 1988, ISBN 0-13-629049-3 or 0-13-629031-0 PBK

    Somewhat of a classic work. Examples are written in Eiffel.

  6. Data Abstraction and Object-Oriented Programming in C++, Keith E. Gorlen, Sanford M. Orlow and Perry S. Plexico, John Wiley & Sons 1990, ISBN 0 471 92346 X pbk or 0 471 92751 1.

    The book that describes the class library NIH. Includes many good examples.

  7. Object-Oriented Design with Applications, Grady Booch, Benjamin/Cummings 1991, ISBN 0-8053-0091-0.

    Treats the design and implementation of software in various object-oriented languages.

  8. Recommended C Style and Coding Standards, Bell Labs, Zoology Computer Systems University of Toronto, CS University of Washington, November 18, 1989.

    A collection of rules for programming in C. Contains a good section on portability.

  9. A Guide to Natural Naming, Daniel Keller, ETH, Projekt-Zentrum IDA, CH-8092 Zurich, Switzerland

    A guide on how to choose good names for functions and variables. Not adapted to object-oriented programming.

  10. Advanced C++, Jonathan E. Shopiro, Binder with material from course held in Lund (Sweden) from June 4 to June 7, 1991. Filled with warnings and tips.
  11. Objektorienterad programmering och biblioteksuppbyggnad i C++, Martin Carrol.

    Material from course held in Stockholm (Sweden) on April 18, 1991. Presents useful viewpoints on problems which may arise when designing a class library.

  12. Automatic Detection of C++ Programming Errors: Initial Thoughts on a lint++, Scott Myers/Moises Lejter, Usenix C++ Conference Proceedings, Spring 91.

    Article which describes some programming rules for C++.

  13. Code-Style Prescriptions Carl R. Dickler, Unix Review, 9(9), 1991, pages 41-45.

    Article which describes a number of programming rules for C and which discusses why programming rules are needed.