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Fei Ng
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I am a C++ programmer and looking to learn Patterns design.
Is your book good for us??
I am also learning Java and thats why i am here.
But right I will have to use C++ for Patterns design.

thanks.
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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Fei Ng , you have mentioned that you want patterns for c++. If I have not mistaken C++ is also an oo language. The book By Allan is for oo languages. So, I think His book is definitely going to be helpful to you. Whether C++ or java , basic fundamental of oo technology remains the same. only syntax changes.
see Eric Gamma's epic book on the subject is with c++ code illustraion. That does not meant that you can not use those patterns in java.
I hope this will be helpful.
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Fei Ng
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1 more question.
Does this book use Java code for examples?
thanks.
 
Alan Shalloway
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Originally posted by FEI NG:
I am a C++ programmer and looking to learn Patterns design.
Is your book good for us??
I am also learning Java and thats why i am here.
But right I will have to use C++ for Patterns design.

thanks.

Our book has both Java and C++ code examples in it. It is equally good for C++ and Java developers (I code in both C++ and Java myself).

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Alan Shalloway,
Look for Jim Trott and my book: Design Patterns Explained
Visit our site Net Objectives.
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