Good C++ books. I and/or
the group have a copy of each in my office.
Feel free to borrow.
Stroustrup, The C++ Programming Language, THIRD edition
The Bible, just updated to ANSI final draft
Barton and Nackman, C++ for Scientists and Engineers
Excellent book for Fortranists. Used by Paul Kunz for his course.
Stroustrup, The Design and Evolution of C++
Why C++ is the way it is, and why its success as a scientific programming
language was a direct consequence of considerations that went into its
design (something not true of eg. Java)
Meyers, Effective C++
With the More... book, lots of useful tips and techniques
Meyers, More Effective C++
Gamma et al, Design Patterns
Made a very big impact, and with reason. A cookbook of class designs for
particular generic applications. Excellent.
Lippman, C++ Primer, THIRD edition
A very popular general C++ book, easier going than Stroustrup, equally
comprehensive and fat in the third edition.
Coplien, Advanced C++: Programming Styles and Idioms
Appreciated by many experts for its OO design ideas.
Martin, Designing Object-Oriented Applications Using The Booch Method
The BaBar Bible, basis of the design course taken by all BaBar software
Carroll and Ellis, Designing and Coding Reusable C++
Considerations in developing library code in C++: making code portable to many
platforms, usable, reusable. Very applicable to what we do.
Lippman, Inside the C++ Object Model
Interesting and educational look deep into the guts of how C++ works.