Taligent's Guide to Designing Programs
Publisher: Taligent Press 1994
Number of pages: 152
Well-Mannered object-oriented design in C++: this is a brief overview of object-oriented program design, focusing on operating-system development. The text will be of interest to the developers working with Taligent, as well as other C++ programmers who are interested in a quick summary of good OOP techniques.
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