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  Exploring advanced features in C#: enhance your code and productivity
Strauss D.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2019. 308 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484248-55-3), Reviews: (2 of 2)

Words like “advanced” and “expert” are vague enough to be almost meaningless. It is not unreasonable to expect, however, that a book with the word “advanced” in the title will deliver more than a general-purpose...

Sep 16 2021
  Exploring advanced features in C#: enhance your code and productivity
Strauss D.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2019. 308 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484248-55-3), Reviews: (1 of 2)

In the 2000s, Microsoft designed and published C# in an open forum platform. The aim was to capture features of object-oriented languages like C++ and integrate with the .NET platform. Since then, it has evolved along with .NET. This volume deals ...

Jul 17 2021
  C++17 standard library quick reference: a pocket guide to data structures, algorithms, and functions (2nd ed.)
Van Weert P., Gregoire M.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2019. 320 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484249-22-2)

This book is not intended for those wishing to learn C++. It assumes readers are familiar with C++ syntax and semantics. Readers that satisfy this knowledge requirement will find the book accessible and well organized. Readers proficient in other ...

Feb 1 2021
  Pro PHP programming
MacIntyre P., Danchilla B., Gogala M.,  Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2011. 440 pp. Type: Book (978-1-430235-60-6)

The art of computer programming is undergoing profound changes. While in the past it was mainly concerned with the development of made-to-order applications for processing proprietary data in a closed environment, now it consists more and more of ...

Mar 20 2012
  Foundations of F#
Pickering R.,  Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2007. 360 pp. Type: Book (9781590597576)

F# is a .NET language from Microsoft Research that extends functional programming with imperative and object-oriented features. It is type-safe, and its performance is similar to that of nonfunctional languages, such as Visual Basic .NET and C#. F...

Nov 16 2007
  C# cookbook
Teilhet S.,  O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., Sebastopol, CA, 2003. 800 pp. Type: Book (9780596003395)

Microsoft’s .NET platform has become a mature solution for developers, thanks to a wide variety of languages and a large Web community. Besides C++ and Visual Basic, the other major .NET language is C#, which was built using the lessons ...

Apr 27 2004
  Starting out with C++, brief edition (with disk)
Gaddis T.,  Scott/Jones Inc., El Granada, CA, 2003.Type: Book (9781576761212)

The excerpts from reviews on the inside front cover of this book pretty much sum it up: This is by far the best C++ book that I have taught with. Gaddis writes in a clear, concise style, and provides a wealth of supplementary material to make th...

Feb 3 2004
  The lambda library: unnamed functions in C++
Järvi J., Powell G., Lumsdaine A.  Software--Practice & Experience 33(3): 259-291, 2003. Type: Article

At a first glance, unnamed functions do not seem to make sense. Why would you define a function if you cannot refer to it, because it has no name? In functional programming languages, however, unnamed functions are common practice. They are referr...

Jul 22 2003
  The Object-Oriented Functional Data Language
Mannino M., Choi I., Batory D.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 16(11): 1258-1272, 1990. Type: Article

Database management systems (DBMSs) have become a very important software facility for a number of information systems applications. DBMSs in their current form are inadequate for computer-aided design, expert systems, statistical applications, an...

May 1 1991
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