Overview: Organized in the popular problem-and-solution format of Exceptional C++ and More Exceptional C++, this third book increases the focus on in-depth coverage of generic programming and the C++ standard library, along with exception safety, class design, memory and resource management, optimization and efficiency. It then concludes with four case studies that inspect and dissect actual published C++ code to see what it does well, what it does badly, and what choices we might make to improve the originally published solutions to exhibit better -- nay, exceptional -- C++ style.
This book is about providing successful strategies for solving real-world problems in C++. Like its predecessors, it draws on years of in-the-trenches experience, and provides tested techniques and practical solutions for programmers designing modern software systems with C++, from small projects to enterprise applications.
Contents: Built around 40 Items, Exceptional C++ Style helps you understand the rules and issues critical to successful software design and development in C++. Here is the table of contents:
A must-have for the serious programmer, Exceptional C++ Style provides a thorough and pragmatic understanding of the language while showing you how to write exceptional code in C++.
Besides containing additional new material and information from Herb's print articles and columns, Exceptional C++ Style is also the authoritative reference for Guru of the Week issues #63 to #86, with (often considerably) revised and enhanced solutions.
Thank you for your interest in GotW and the Exceptional C++ book series!