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Advanced C++ Metaprogramming (Inglese)

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37 di 39 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A Classic 17 dicembre 2011
Di Marco Marcello - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I initially approached this book with a bit of caution, as I had found other popular books I read previously on C++ templates quite heavy and mostly irrelevant to my day job.
But as soon as I read chapters 2 and 3 I realized this book is very different.
The first chapters explain in a clear way all that most people need to know about templates and template metafunctions,
and provide the reader with a very practical set of ideas that can immediately be implemented in the code you're working on.
For example, I started using static assertions and tagging almost immediately.
Then the real meat starts, with chapter 4 explaining in detail how to write metafunctions and then proceeding to overload resolution in chapter 5.
Before reading this, I thought this was mostly relevant to compiler writers, but Di Gennaro's explanation of how to exploit SFINAE was really useful
to me, in fact I started using only_if in my code on the same day I read the section.
After this, Advanced C++ Metaprogramming really gets "Advanced" and explains many practical ways of programming with templates,
ensuring that the most amount of computation is executed at compile time. There is a very good section on Lambda expressions, though I've not had the chance to use them yet.
Besides the tools that this book teaches, I think its biggest strength is that difficulty progression is so well calibrated that by the time I finished the book I really have become a better programmer. My way of thinking about my code has changed. Now I see new possibilities, and I try to see if things can be done at compile time using templates.
I will definitely put this book next to my other all-time favourite, Inside the C++ Object Model by Lippman.
Advanced C++ Metaprogramming has the potential to become a classic.
4 di 5 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle "Advanced" is the first word in the title 13 aprile 2014
Di Paul M. Watt - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Overall, I like this book.

Ultimately it has changed my mind in believing that meta-programming has no place in production development. I had read C++ Templates, Modern C++ Design, and I also looked into Boost MPL. The pieces didn't quite click for me with the resources I referenced before I found this book.

I read through the first few chapters intrigued by the techniques, but still did not see where to apply the concepts.

When I found a problem that I thought could be solved effectively with meta-programming, I found myself returning primarily to this book. The other template resources that I mentioned are great references. This book seemed to provide the content for me to make the leap from learning about meta-programming, to applying meta-programming into robust production solutions.

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At first I found the format of the book a bit odd and cumbersome like the reviewers that gave low scores. However, I quickly got passed that once I became familiar with how the book is organized.

Advanced:
This is a complex subject. I would not assume that just because you know C++ and how to use STL that this book will make much sense to you. I had no context for much of the content in the book until I set out to solve a problem and kept reading over the different techniques until I found something that I thought might work.

Meta-programming in C++ forces you to approach problems from a different perspective. If you are not strong or at least familiar with functional programming styles, I would expect to struggle with the concepts presented in the book at first. Chapters 3 and 4 are excellent for understanding how to get started.

If you don't own a book on C++ templates, I would start out with "C++ Templates" by Vandevoorde and Josuttis.
If you would like a gentle introduction to meta-programming, start with "Modern C++ Design" by Alexandrescu.
I never bought "C++ Template Meta-programming" by Abrahams because it is highly dependent on Boost.MPL.

After all of those, if you would like a book to tie all of the pieces together and take you beyond, I believe this book does a great job in that role.
1 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Great book on C++ metaprogramming 1 marzo 2012
Di Smg - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Although I haven't yet completed to read this book - something like 400 pages, it is no doubt that this book teaches me quite a lot.

Of course, there are several books available in terms of C++ template metaprogramming. However, this book impressed me very much, its coverage and depth of the contents written there. This book must be the best!

I hope that after completing this book, I should be able to write much more efficient and type-safer, extensible code. And I'm now a sort of convinced that I can.
2 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle A valuable book 8 giugno 2012
Di AR - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I'd like to endorse the comments in the other positive reviews of the book. Potential readers should note that the main focus is for C++03 usage; but the second revision has been updated to take some account of C++11. And the principles and techniques presented are largely applicable even when working in a C++11 environment.
3 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle Initial editon review 21 febbraio 2013
Di CSK - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I got the initial edition which lacks proper typesetting and hence 3*s. Author claims that he fixed the typesetting issues and typos in the recent editions. Make sure to get the latest edition. As there is no explicit version numbering.

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