Bjarne Stroustrup


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Bjarne Stroustrup

(person)
The father of C++ and author of the C++ bible.

["The C++ Programming Language", Bjarne Stroustrup, Addison-Wesley, 1986].

Bjarne Stroustrup

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Drawbacks in languages such as C, Simula, ALGOL, BPCL made Bjarne Stroustrup , a Danish computer scientist begin his work on C++ in around 1979, the era when these languages already existed and had varied uses.
Bjarne Stroustrup, at Bell Labs designed C++ in the early 80s, as an object oriented language based on the C language, which powered pretty much all systems software since its creation in 1972.
Among the better known programmers and languages are Bjarne Stroustrup and C++, Thomas E.
Any serious C++ web programmer who plans on real-world programming applications must have Bjarne Stroustrup's Programming Principles and Practice Using C++ (0321543726, $69.99): it focuses on basic concepts and techniques and introduces programming in general--not just C++.
Later, Bjarne Stroustrup told me that only when forced should one decide to use C instead of C+ +, and that STL iterators are more efficient than the ones I present here.
Bjarne Stroustrup defined OO programming as follows: "Decide which classes you want; provide a full set of operations for each class; make commonality explicit by using inheritance." Where there is no such commonality, data abstraction suffices ("decide which type you want and provide a full set of operations for each type").
Taking Full Advantage of C++ Bjarne Stroustrup, AT&T Bell Labs May 7, 1994 FMI (617) 862-1181 greater[underscore]boston[underscore]chapter@acm.org