Book: How Not to Program in C++: 111 Broken Programs and 3 Working Ones, or Why Does 2+2=5986
Publisher: No Starch Press
". . . a unique book that is fun to read while still providing valuable information." — CodeGuru.com". . .[like] cross training with the drill sergeant of debugging. . ." — Chris Pelsor, Flash Developer"If you have been programming in C++ for a while, this book is and excellent addition to your bookself." — Gerard Beekmans, DevChannel.org How Not to Program in C++ is a puzzle book with over 100 challenges. Readers must find errors in up to 40 lines of code. By learning to detect the errors, readers become more efficient programmers. Based on real-world programs, readers solve puzzles ranging from easy (one wrong character) to difficult (errors with multiple threads). Clues help along the way, and answers are at the back of the book. About the Author STEVE OUALLINE has been a programmer for 35 years. He is the author of many bestselling computer books, including Practical C Programming and Practical C++ Programming (O’Reilly).