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The C++ Standard Library provides a set of common classes and interfaces that greatly extend the core C++ language. Josuttis' book not only provides comprehensive documentation of each library component, it also offers clearly written explanations of complex concepts, describes the practical programming details needed for effective use, and gives example after example of working code. This thoroughly up-to-date book reflects the newest elements of the C++ standard library incorporated into the full ANSI/ISO C++ language standard. In particular, the text focuses on the Standard Template Library (STL), examining containers, iterators, function objects, and STL algorithms.

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The C++ standard library provides a set of common classes and interfaces that greatly extend the core C++ language. The library, however, is not self-explanatory. To make full use of its components-and to benefit from their power-you need a resource that does far more than list the classes and their functions.

The C++ Standard Library not only provides comprehensive documentation of each library component, it also offers clearly written explanations of complex concepts, describes the practical programming details needed for effective use, and gives example after example of working code.

This thoroughly up-to-date book reflects the newest elements of the C++ standard library incorporated into the full ANSI/ISO C++ language standard. In particular, the text focuses on the Standard Template Library (STL), examining containers, iterators, function objects, and STL algorithms. You will also find detailed coverage of special containers, strings, numerical classes, internationalization, and the IOStream library. Each component is presented in depth, with an introduction to its purpose and design, examples, a detailed description, traps and pitfalls, and the exact signature and definition of its classes and their functions. An insightful introduction to fundamental concepts and an overview of the library will help bring newcomers quickly up to speed.

Comprehensive, detailed, readable, and practical, The C++ Standard Library is the C++ resource you will turn to again and again. An accompanying Web site, including source code, can be found at http://www.josuttis.com/.



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  • Relié: 832 pages
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley; Édition : 1 (12 août 1999)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0201379260
  • ISBN-13: 978-0201379266
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,2 x 4,6 x 24,1 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par pierre_zx sur 31 mai 2002
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Livre bien ecrit, clair, permettant une assimilation claire et rapide.
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Pascal0832 sur 19 mai 2011
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Ce livre est ni plus ni moins que la bible de la STL. Il devrait être présent, non sur l'étagère, mais à portée de main de tout programmeur C++ sérieux.

Ce livre n'est pas un livre d'apprentissage de l'utilisation de la STL, qui se lirait du début à la fin. C'est plutôt un livre de référence, c'est-à-dire un livre qui contient toutes les spécifications de la STL, et dans lequel on va piocher en cas de besoin. C'est typiquement le genre de livre que l'on garde des années sous la main et qui constitue le meilleur investissement que l'on puisse faire pour un livre.

Tout le génie de ce livre, à mon sens, est qu'en plus d'être un livre de référence faisant le tour de son sujet, ce livre évite l'eccueil de l'aridité et parvient à injecter au fil de ses presque 800 pages une bonne dose de pédagogie. Ainsi, loin d'être un catalogue d'objets et de méthodes, ce livre comporte une bonne part de texte, ainsi que des exemples concrets d'utilisation de la STL, soulignant au besoin les difficultés ou optimisations possibles.

Bref, contrairement à d'autres livres de référence, ce n'est pas un livre intimidant, bien au contraire: il rend la STL accessible, agréable et presque sympathique.
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99 internautes sur 103 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
As good as it gets 28 janvier 2000
Par Michi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
On my second reading, I'm still finding more gems in this book. Up to now, it was almost impossible to find any comprehensive material on the standard library. All one could find was the odd article about some aspect of the library, or rather specialized books about STL. Nicolai has fixed that particular problem once and for all.
The book reminds of Richard Stevens's famous UNIX books. Incredibly complete, incredibly detailed, incredibly accurate, and a great tutorial and reference at the same time. And, best of all, it's just as accessible to someone who is not a real expert as it is for someone who's been using C++ for years.
This is one of the *very* few books that get a spot on my top shelf. A classic that I will come back to again and again.
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STL and More... 25 décembre 2000
Par James Boer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mr. Josuttis offers in this book an amazingly comprehensive guide to the often bewildering C++ standard library. I originally purchased this book looking for more STL information, and I was certainly not disappointed in that respect. STL descriptions account for nearly half of the book volume. However, as non-STL questions arose, I found myself digging into this book time and time again (questions about auto_ptr, string class, allocators, etc).
If you're a C++ programmer and do not already own a current (circa 1999 or later) library reference, do yourself and your code a favor and grab a copy of this book. C++ is an extremely scalable language. It's easy to use only knowing a small subset of the language and library features. Having a reference such as this one ensures that you'll be less likely to accidentally duplicate work that has already been done for you in the standard library.
As far as book organization goes, I'd say that the book does lean more towards "reference" rather than "tutorial", but I never believe a book that claims to be both anyhow. Anyone interested in a pure tutorial should buy a book specifically written with that in mind. For more experienced programmers not needing quite as much hand holding, however, the book does work as advertised.
Overall, I can't really recommend this book more enthusiastically.
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extremely impressed with the organization and thoroughness! 17 septembre 1999
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My colleagues and I are extremely impressed with both the organization and thoroughness of "The C++ Standard Library". Prior to the purchase of this book, we had consulted 3 other STL books for help in writing our software. All 3 of the other books constantly frustrated us by making it almost impossible to locate information quickly and by omitting key facts. We were, therefore, acutely aware of the inadequacies of the available texts and were, as a result, all the more appreciative of this book and excited to find it. Features I particularly like include: (1) The index is possibly the most inclusive and well organized I have seen anywhere. Under the listing for each container type, for instance, is an indented listing of all associated algorithms, etc and the respective page numbers. (2) For each container type the text includes a listing of any required headers, a concise definition of the stl template/class with all associated constructors and destructors (a very useful feature), and extensive example code. (3) The example code fragments are well documented and point out any anomolies which will result in potential run time errors; saddly, other texts we consulted failed to warn us of these potential run-time errors, one of which cost us a few hours of testing/debugging time. The above list of "likes" is by no means all-inclusive. In short, if I were planning to buy only 1 STL reference, it would be "The C++ Standard Library" by Nicolai Josuttis.
23 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
THE reference for the standard C++ library 27 novembre 2000
Par Donovan Rebbechi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book is subtitled "a tutorial and reference". Let it be said that it is more of a reference. There are several concise examples that explain how to use the features, but the writing style is fairly terse. This book is an excellent supplement to books such as Bjarne Stroustrup's "The C++ Programming Language". The discussion about how to use the standard library is more detailed than other books.
The reason why I am giving this book five stars is because it is the best reference on the standard library that I have found anywhere. The examples are both minimal and complete -- just enough code to explain how the features should be used. I wouldn't say that this is a book you should have on your shelf -- it belongs on your desk.
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The C++ Standard Library..The standard book you should have! 7 avril 2000
Par Geoff Thornton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you are learning C++ or an experienced programmer, this book is for you.
The book takes off where a lot of introductory texts leave off, and explains what is going on with library function calls etcetera.
Not only does the book explain the calls, it also gives a history on C++ and describes the development of the library and language, so AT LAST you understand WHY certain things are implemented the way they are.
Of particular note is the excellent (and understandable)coverage of STL and templates which will finally allow the reader to produce better more flexible code, utilising techniques that are properly explained for a change!
This is not just a book it is hardcovered empowerment, the subtitle A tutorial and reference describes it well!
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