Back to the future - python to C++ advice wanted
wmcclain at salamander.com
Fri Jun 17 21:45:09 CEST 2005
On 2005-06-17, George Sakkis <gsakkis at rutgers.edu> wrote:
> So, I wonder what have others who have gone the same path done and
> learned in similar situations. How one can avoid the frustration of
> having to work with a low level language once he has seen the Light ?
...is implemented in both Python and C++. I do the Python version first and
then translate to C++ as directly as possible, using namespaces, exception
handling, the standard string type and STL library.
Let me second the recommendation of the Scott Meyers books. And another which
I no longer have -- something like "The C++ Memory Model" -- was very
Sattre Press In the Quarter
http://sattre-press.com/ by Robert W. Chambers
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