Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2005 by Horton, Ivor published by John Wiley & Sons (2006)

Ivor Horton s Beginning Visual C by Horton Ivor published by John Wiley Sons

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    1. Ich bin hellauf begeistert von diesem Buch. Ich habe bereits mit C und C++ programmiert, habe aber noch nie ein Buch in die Hände bekommen, dass z.B. Variablen, oder IDE's, uvm. so ausführlich und super erklärt.Man beginnt von Grund auf das Programm Visual Studio 2005 mit der Sprache C++ zu erlernen. Z.B. lernt man zuerst Projekte zu öffnen und Dateien hinzuzufügen. Dann beginnt man mit kleinen Codefragmenten.Man erhält irrsinnig viel Hintergrundwissen zu den Themen die besprochen werden. [...]


    2. ich bin Besitzer von Visual Studio 6 und nun auf Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition umgestiegen um mit zu arbeiten. Da es noch nicht viele Bücher zum Thema Visual C++ 2005 gibt, habe ich mir das Buch von Ivor Horton gekauft.Um es gleich vorweg zu sagen: es ist die pure Enttäuschung. Die ersten 400 Seiten behandeln C++ im allgemeinen und ein bisschen C++/CLI (das können andere Bücher und online-Tutorials auch). Dann folgen 500 Seiten über die in meinen Augen vollkommen veraltete (und von mir g [...]


    3. I have been developing in Managed C++ for a little over a year now. I use VB as well and often using the two languages together. My previous books on the subject were void of any serious explanations and did a poor job of covering some of its features. In fact, I discovered one book had written an entire chapter based off of an article in the MSDN library and had the exact same examples in it (shame on you guys).I originally learned the core language from Ivor's ANSI/ISO C++ book years ago. I re [...]


    4. I bought this book because I needed to switch from C# 2003 to C++ 2005.It looks great at a glance In fact, it IS great!From my point of view, it has at least 2 serious advantages over any other C++ 2005 book that I've seen so far:1. While most other books focus on Windows Forms, this one has several chapters on MFC (which is exactly what I needed). With experience in C# ( 1.1), I am not interested in WinForms (there are no major differences in developing WinForms in C# and C++), but many legacy [...]


    5. Excellent, readable, and comprehensive intro to Visual C++ for folks with a smattering of programming knowledge. You don't have to have any C++ experience to use this book, but I do recommend that if you are an absolute beginner to the world of computer programming, you pick up an easier book, say, COBOL for Dummies. I bought this book as a refresherI've done Visual Basic for years and want to go back to something closer to the machine level--I miss the granularity and sheer power of C++ and I [...]


    6. This is a great book. However, the chapters are long and can be boring.Also, if you hate math then you might be a little annoyed at all the simple exercises using basic math. Maybe, if Ivor Horton referenced food instead hmmmm.One other downer about this book as you get more advanced you will find yourself working on only one example. The author should have used new examples in each chapter to help the learning experience.I've found that if you work with one example and someone misses somet [...]



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