C++ For Artists: The Art, Philosophy, And Science Of by Rick Miller

By Rick Miller

C++ For Artists: The paintings, Philosophy, and technological know-how of Object-Oriented Programming takes a clean and infrequently arguable method of the advanced subject of object-oriented programming and the C++ language. meant as either a school room and refer

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Student *s[100]; Bad! How will someone else know that s is an array of pointers to students if they don’t see the declaration? Student *student_pointers [100]; Good! Now they’ll know what’s supposed to be in each array element. 2007 09:49:25] Restrict The Number of Global Variables Use upper case letters when defining constants. Separate each word of a multi-word constant with the underscore character. The following table offers a few examples, both good and bad, of constant names. Table 1-4: Good vs.

Choose function names that indicate the action the function performs. The following table gives a few examples of function names. Table 1-5: Function Naming Function Declaration Comment void printScreen(); Good! int getObjectCount(); Good! void print(); Bad! Print what? void setPenPositionUp (); Good! No mistaking what this function is supposed to do! Adopt A Convention And Stick With It The identifier naming recommendations presented here represent a convention. If you choose to adopt the styles suggested here, fine.

2007 09:49:25] Restrict The Number of Global Variables Use upper case letters when defining constants. Separate each word of a multi-word constant with the underscore character. The following table offers a few examples, both good and bad, of constant names. Table 1-4: Good vs. Bad Constant Naming Constant Declaration Comment const int a = 3; Bad! What does a stand for? Is a a variable or a constant? const int MAX_ARRAY_SIZE = 100; Good! #define object_count 25 Bad! The word count sounds like it might change in the future.

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