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I think I'll tackle one of the other primers first before I dive into Bjarne's world. Then I'll go into it. But, frankly, I never would have made it on these before your series. I began with your books as it was the only one I could find anywhere with a glossary. This was a big plus to me as I am familiar with the importance of understanding the words you're reading. Along this line, I'm curious if you plan to write any more books in the C++ series. Now, I realize that after I finish the "...more C++ ?" book I'll probably have enough of a grounding to study any other book I want, but I sure would buy it if you wrote another, unnecessary though it may be. I can't actually imagine how people learned this language before the coverage you've given it. I picked up several other books on the subject and wasn't able to make it past the second chapter in any of them.
-- Mike Mannakee (B3FEETBACK@aol.com), May 09, 1999
I'm not planning to write any more books immediately following the More C++ book. However, I do have another C++ book in the works; this one is about how I would have done things differently in earlier projects in my career if I had had my current knowledge of C++. That one might be of interest to you, but it won't be out until early next year (if Y2K doesn't get us first).
-- Steve Heller (email@example.com), May 09, 1999.