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Enough Rope to Shoot Yourself in the Foot: Rules for C and C++ Programming (Unix/C) by Allen I. Holub (1995-09-01)

Enough Rope to Shoot Yourself in the Foot: Rules for C and C++ Programming (Unix/C) by Allen I. Holub (1995-09-01) By Allen I. Holub Enough Rope to Shoot Yourself in the Foot Rules for C and C Programming Unix C by Allen I Holub

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    1. None on said:

      I have very much enjoyed reading this book I found Mr Holub s style engaging and entertaining A lot of the other reviewers disliked his style, but I liked his content was not offended, except when he expressed negative opinions about Math grads I m one The table of contents serves as a list of all his rules very useful There are a few typos in the book, so you have to know C to catch them E.g on p.119 the keyword inline is missing in 2 spots If you do what the book literally showed, you d have p [...]

    2. None on said:

      A bunch of arbitrary opinions stated as axiomatic rules Many of them are right, many other are completely wrong from almost any point of view, and many relate to so subjective aspects, that it is absurd to state rules concerning those aspects.You need to be a real expert C C programmer to distinguish good and reasonable rules from the wrong ones In such case, you don t need this book.If you want good programming techniques that are generic to any programming language, get the most absolute maste [...]

    3. None on said:

      Inaccurate, incomplete, inconsistent, unedited, outdated, provincial About two thirds of this book is good advice the remaining portion ranges from highly questionable to outright stupid, and if you re good enough to know which is which you ve got no use for the book Get Code Complete and or the Meyers books instead, as the others have said also good is Maguire s Writing Solid Code.

    4. None on said:

      To write programs in C is a nice but also brutal way of commanding your computer to do what you want it to do I ve gone from BASIC to Assembler to Pascal to C to C As I ve taken impression from all of these languages I found this book very informative and useful when I tried to write better and cleaner C code The 3 star rating of the book comes from the I know best, because I ve coded alot attitude and the lack of pros and cons in the book.This book can make your coding style better but as alway [...]

    5. None on said:

      Allen Holub doesn t disappoint First, I read his compiler tome, which was excellent given the size and the topic It s a well written book with no annoying US colloquialisms or padding.Next, I read Holub s patterns book, and found it excellent also It s unusual that Holub s writing style has changed to suit the different material he covers The compiler logic in the first book was well known and highly technical, whereas the patterns book was highly abstract, with the relatively new concepts of pa [...]

    6. None on said:

      I almost passed on this book because of some of the negative reviews.Okay, it is no Code Complete, but this book is an absolute gem I have been programming C for about 6 years now VB users be darned, it is my favorite programming language, period and I was amazed how much I agreed with this author s advice.Yeah, I learned a lot from Scott Meyers canonical Effective books But what I like about this book is that it is a no nonsense, in your face, tell it like it is book that I think is essential f [...]

    7. None on said:

      I m a 11 year mostly C programmer and I AGREE WITH EVERYTHING IN THIS BOOK I ve been a consultant for 5 years and fixed a lot of code Beginner programmers should read this and follow it Computer Science and MIS degrees focus on algorithm design and efficiency and theoretical programming THIS IS NOT THEORETICAL this is PRACTICAL Please, people, write code that s easy to read for the idiot that will come after you over 50% of the cost of a progam is MAINTENANCE and if you write a simple routine th [...]

    8. None on said:

      This is very much in the same vein as Scott Meyers Effective C and More Effective C books The Meyers books are probably better, but if you already have them and enjoyed them, you ll like this one He actually fits i in his book than either of the Meyers books and covers plain C as well as C However, some of his points are contentious than Meyers Holub clearly knows his stuff there is nothing that is plain wrong it s just that certain advice isn t appropriate to apply in every case To be fair, he [...]

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