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#ActualMatt-D

Posted 22 August 2012 - 04:43 PM

It's a great book, indeed!
BTW, you may find it helpful (well, at least I did ;]) to read his class notes in advance (or simultaneously) -- in particular, the last two positions here:
http://www.stepanovp...om/#Class_notes
Alexander A. Stepanov and Matthew A. Marcus: Notes for the Foundations of Programming course at Adobe. 2004-2005.
Alexander Stepanov: Notes for the Programming course at Adobe. 2005-2006 (updated October 2007 to fix bugs in partition_bidirectional).

While the books is theoretical (there are "codes", but mostly in this context), the notes often cover the same principles (see, for instance, "Lecture 12. Actions and their orbits" in the last one, http://www.stepanovp...s.com/notes.pdf) with more practical C++ illustrations & discussions.

#1Matt-D

Posted 22 August 2012 - 04:42 PM

It's a great book, indeed!
BTW, you may find it helpful to read his class notes in advance (or simultaneously) -- in particular, the last two positions here:
http://www.stepanovpapers.com/#Class_notes
Alexander A. Stepanov and Matthew A. Marcus: Notes for the Foundations of Programming course at Adobe. 2004-2005.
Alexander Stepanov: Notes for the Programming course at Adobe. 2005-2006 (updated October 2007 to fix bugs in partition_bidirectional).

While the books is theoretical (there are "codes", but mostly in this context), the notes often cover the same principles (see, for instance, "Lecture 12. Actions and their orbits" in the last one, http://www.stepanovpapers.com/notes.pdf) with more practical C++ illustrations & discussions.

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