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Subject:Re: OOP Concepts/C++ From:Daniel P Read <danielread -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 2 Dec 1996 23:56:59 EST
I accidentally deleted the message (from Susan, I believe) detailing her
decision to follow a path of learning OOP concepts. I am following this
same path and wanted to recommend a great book I'm currently reading:
_The Tao Of Objects_ by Gery Entsminger, published by M&T Books. I have
found this to be a great resource. It discusses OOP in the context of
C++, Delphi, DBASE for Windows, and Visual Basic. I have been very
pleased with what I have been able to learn from it. The "Tao of..."
title has become a cliche, but the book works well within that construct