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Wanna study high quality c++ code

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Hi folks,

I want to study high quality c++ code - code that uses most of the
techniques described in "Effective C++'/ 'More Effective C++ '/'Modern
C++ Design' books.

Where do I start? Any specific open source projects?

Thanks.

Aug 2 '05 #1
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A great source of code is www.pscode.com it has avaliable tutorials and
has an array (pardon the pun) of full application that when I first
started studying C++ I personally found helpful..enjoy dude

Aug 2 '05 #2

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Thank u your website. It's a very good site:)

Aug 2 '05 #3

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TechCrazy wrote:
Hi folks,

I want to study high quality c++ code - code that uses most of the
techniques described in "Effective C++'/ 'More Effective C++ '/'Modern
C++ Design' books.

Where do I start? Any specific open source projects?

Thanks.


You could probably look at the STL if you want to see some high quality
source :)

Aug 2 '05 #4

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Michael Bejer-Andersen wrote:
TechCrazy wrote:
Hi folks,

I want to study high quality c++ code - code that uses most of the
techniques described in "Effective C++'/ 'More Effective C++ '/'Modern
C++ Design' books.

Where do I start? Any specific open source projects?

Thanks.


You could probably look at the STL if you want to see some high quality
source :)


This depends on your defination of high quality. If you defination
includes extendibility, I disagree ( at least based on my compiler
writer's implementation ).

-Brian

Aug 2 '05 #5

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"BigBrian" writes:
Michael Bejer-Andersen wrote:
TechCrazy wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
> I want to study high quality c++ code - code that uses most of the
> techniques described in "Effective C++'/ 'More Effective C++ '/'Modern
> C++ Design' books.
>
> Where do I start? Any specific open source projects?
>
> Thanks.


You could probably look at the STL if you want to see some high quality
source :)


This depends on your defination of high quality. If you defination
includes extendibility, I disagree ( at least based on my compiler
writer's implementation ).


I think the smiley at the end was meant to convert his statement into a
witty bit of sarcasm. Clever, huh?
Aug 2 '05 #6

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"FUCK ME" <04********@vodafone.net.au> wrote in message

Nice name. So when do you start junior high?

-Howard

Aug 2 '05 #7

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"TechCrazy" <Te*******@hotpop.com> wrote in message
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Hi folks,

I want to study high quality c++ code - code that uses most of the
techniques described in "Effective C++'/ 'More Effective C++ '/'Modern
C++ Design' books.

Where do I start? Any specific open source projects?

Thanks.


OK Crazy One,

If you really want to study some kick-ass communications
software try ACE by Doug Schmidt et al
http://www.cs.wustl.edu/~schmidt/ACE.html

for something a little easier try the Quantlib - a set of classes for
economic studies in stocks, bonds and derivitives
www.quantlib.org

If you can master both of these, you have achieved Geek Golum status

Regards....Bill Shortall

Aug 2 '05 #8

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I personally don't like ACE at all. (lots of crapy macroces etc...)
look at boost for really high quality code

Aug 2 '05 #9

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