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Exceptional C++ shows by example how to go about sound software engineering in standard C++. Do you enjoy solving thorny C++ problems and puzzles? Do you relish writing robust and extensible code? Then take a few minutes and challenge yourself with some tough C++ design and programming problems.

The puzzles and problems in Exceptional C++ not only entertain, they will help you hone your skills to become the sharpest C++ programmer you can be. Many of these problems are culled from the famous Guru of the Week feature of the Internet newsgroup comp.lang.c++.moderated, expanded and updated to conform to the official ISO/ANSI C++ Standard.

Each problem is rated according to difficulty and is designed to illustrate subtle programming mistakes or design considerations. After you've had a chance to attempt a solution yourself, the book then dissects the code, illustrates what went wrong, and shows how the problem can be fixed. Covering a broad range of C++ topics, the problems and solutions address critical issues such as:

  • Generic programming and how to write reusable templates
  • Exception safety issues and techniques
  • Robust class design and inheritance
  • Compiler firewalls and the Pimpl Idiom
  • Name lookup, namespaces, and the Interface Principle
  • Memory management issues and techniques
  • Traps, pitfalls, and anti-idioms
  • Optimization

Try your skills against the C++ masters and come away with the insight and experience to create more efficient, effective, robust, and portable C++ code.


Biographie de l'auteur

Herb Sutter is the author of three highly acclaimed books, Exceptional C++ Style, Exceptional C++, and More Exceptional C++ (Addison-Wesley). He chairs the ISO C++ standards committee, and is contributing editor and columnist for C/C++ Users Journal. As a software architect for Microsoft, Sutter leads the design of C++ language extensions for .NET programming.

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  • Broché: 240 pages
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley; Édition : 1 (18 novembre 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0201615622
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201615623
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,8 x 1,3 x 23,1 cm
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Un client le 16 mai 2005
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En dehors de ce qui a été dit dans les précédents commentaires, il faut absoluement noter que ce livre traite essentiellement des comportements induis aux déclenchements d'exceptions. Il fournit tout un attirail permettant aux programmes de ne pas tomber dans la plupart des pièges liés aux exceptions.
Néanmoins, il faut déjà bien maîtriser C++ avant de lire ce genre d'ouvrage.
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2 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Xavier Huet le 17 juillet 2002
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Ce livre est vraiment un des mieux sortis
dernierement sur le C++. Il introduit les
techniques nouvelles (template, policy) du C++.
Il est facile a lire, tres bien formatte...
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50 internautes sur 51 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
One of the few that shows how to use C++ exceptions 23 août 2000
Par G. Powell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
As a professional programmer I find the Guru of the Week questions annoying, because they usually point out that I don't know some dang thing about C++. (I don't know too many people who appreciate being pointed out how dumb they are weekly.) Then someone who appears to have nothing better to do than solve C++ puzzles jumps in with a 6 page submission on how to solve the problem, which is usually wrong. Then six more self appointed guru's jump in and fill pages of discussion, Then after filling my head with all the wrong answers to a particular problem, Herb smuggly answers the question with the real answer. Anoints another guru and the process repeats. In the meantime I've lost total interest in the discussion. Thank you for Deja news where I can read the first and last postings(The puzzle and the solution).
That said, this book is full of those got ya! puzzles. Fortunately Herb is a kind writer and you don't feel too dumb when he points out why a particular puzzle has a problem and what it is. And like Deja news you can skip all the wrong answers, arguments about the arcane and get right to the meat of the problem. Herb also got a chance to make the puzzles more clear, where the language of the original puzzle confused the issue unnecessarily.
The best reason to buy this book is that its the only published text so far on how to use C++ Exceptions. There are some articles in C++ Report but not many on the traps and pitfalls of their usage. Stroustrup's book "C++ Programming Language" tells you how the mechanism works, and makes some suggestions. Herb tells you what it will cost you if you don't use them, only partially use them, or totally abuse them. And he shows you how a minor misuse can make you have major problems.
I can see why Scott Meyers likes this book. Its just like his books, "Effective C++" series only the format is not in a lecture topic but in a question/puzzle answer format. I prefer the Meyer's approach but you can still glean the necessary information, and while you are reading the answers to the puzzles, say to yourself "Yeah I knew that!"
One other reason to buy this book, you can use these puzzles as tests for interviews. First, it will help you know the skill level of the applicant, Second it will teach you something you probably should have known anyway, Thirdly if they get the answers right off it will tell you that the applicants at least read the texts and are trying to stay on top of things. This is not to say you should make applicants take an all day C++ grammer test but by asking a few puzzle questions you can see how they react under a bit of pressure. After all at some point everyone comes up against a problem they haven't seen.
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Highly informative, even for veteran C++ programmers 21 janvier 2000
Par Stephen Vinoski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I've been programming in C++ for 12 years, and this is the first C++ book I've read in awhile that I learned significantly from. The section on exception safety is unmatched in any book or article I've ever read. The style and format of this book make it easy to read, even though some of the concepts it covers are very advanced. After you read this book, put it somewhere handy, because I guarantee you will refer to it often as you go back and fix your code to take into account all the new things the book teaches you.
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Exceptional problems, exceptional solutions 31 janvier 2000
Par Charles Ashbacher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In learning computing, the most prized element is a relevant problem with a detailed, understandable solution. Many studies have indicated that the skills gap between those who program adequately and those who are exceptional is enormous. Unlike some other areas, the gurus of computing are more often than not quite willing to share their expertise with others.
This collection of problems, derived from the C++ Guru of the Week newsgroup, collectively form one of the most valuable sources of real insight into the language.
C++ is often criticized as being a language that is full of potential problems of the "gotcha" variety. A "gotcha" problem is one where a seemingly logical choice can lead to a disaster. Many of these problems can be placed in that category, but to focus on that would miss much of what they can teach you.
The most significant point of the problems is that they teach you how to program many complex tasks in a manner that is truly safe from potential errors. All of the problems are tagged with a level of difficulty, although like most people, I consider that to be of dubious benefit, as there is an enormous difference in what programmers find difficult. In my opinion, the most valuable section of the book is the ten parts dealing with the creation of exception-safe code. While some do have trouble with it, most people find it easy to understand the fundamentals of what exceptions are. However, writing code that is safe from the unexpected consequences of a thrown exception is a decidedly non-trivial problem. Especially when the new and delete operators can throw an exception. The sections that deal with making new and delete exception-safe alone justify the purchase of the book.
When asked questions as to how they managed to reach their guru status, a common response is that they simply use coded solutions written by others that are known to be correct. If that were all it took to reach the level of guru, then this book would be a significant rung on the ladder to that pinnacle.
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Broad and Deep 4 décembre 1999
Par David Vandevoorde - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Gosh, this is a nice book.
It is based on Herb's "Guru of the Week" column in the comp.lang.c++.moderated Usenet forum: nontrivial C++ issues presented as questions around one or a few code fragments. The electronic column was popular from its inception, but the book raises the quality of the discussion to new heights.
A fair number of problems covering a very diverse range of topics (physical code organization, exception safety, const correctness, etc.) are treated in much depth. The focus appears to be mainly on pitfalls to avoid, and how to avoid them, though various creative C++ programming techniques are also taught. As a result, the book contains many "recommended practices", that are nicely emphasized using boxes and icons.
The discussion is generally up to date with the C++ standard, and some fluency in C++ is required to get the most out of this book. However, the details of how things work are expounded with sufficient detail and clarity that you don't need to be a "Guru of a Week" to understand the issues in their entirety.
Despite the considerable breadth and depth of the volume, it weighs in at only about 200 pages: a welcome break from the giant C++ tutorials (this is not a tutorial, mind you!). Herb's technical writing style is lucid, and the typography/layout is actually attractive.
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Industrial Strength C++'ing 5 décembre 1999
Par Greg Comeau/Comeau Computing - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Herb Sutter is well known in the C++ programming community for his attention to detail, sound software engineering principles and solid coding techniques. This book gather together in one place an extension of his "Guru of the Week" work that has appeared in comp.lang.c++.moderated for the past few years.
What leaped out to me while he did the "guru's" all these years is how much thought he put into them. Now imagine that he revisits them for an additional sharpening! Furthermore, he writes clearly, consisely, and to the point.
Herb's writing skill and C++ knowledge, combo'd with C++'s maturity, is really having your cake and eating it too. Programming/design/etc., in/with any language is hard, complex, and challenging. There is no place for haste and never a substitute for thinking. Sutters slaps this in our faces, as a needed wake up call.
It is rare for me to recommend a book. But "Exceptional C++" challenges your problem solving skills to a new dimension. This is not just the kind of book that I label "industrial strength", but it's what I call an "expert book", a book I've been waiting for since 1985! Yipee!
Get ready for many plainly stated guidelines, insights, portability issues, techniques, and coding idioms. It's easy to see "Exceptional C++" becoming a new classic as it covers topics such as exception handling, templates, class design, inheritance, and memory management. It's all there.
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