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Books/Tutorials on Corba?

Books/Tutorials on Corba?

Books/Tutorials on Corba?


I could only find one book on Corba/C++ (OOC, Student Workbook).
But that one already starts at a too high level for me..

Does anyone know an "easy" intro to Corba/C++?

I donĀ“t even know what try { }, catch {} does or what << end1 is.....


RE: Books/Tutorials on Corba?

if you don't know what try, catch and even  << endl are, then I think you should probably find a good book on C++ first and then move on to finding a suitable book which covers Corba with C++.  for C++ you could try one of the following:

Thinking in C++ By Bruce Eckel
The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup
                                                  (the creator of C++)

Hope this helps!!

RE: Books/Tutorials on Corba?

And when you're done with those recommendations, go on to Robert Orfali and Dan Harkey's "Client?server Programming with Java and CORBA" (Wiley). Second Edition is 1998 (ISBN # 0-471-24578-X. However, try for a more recent edition, if there is one. There's also a CD at the back of the book copntaining an Eval copy of Borland's JBUilder Client Server created especially for the book. ORfali and Harkey's web site has code updates and FAQ's: http://www.corbajava.engr.sjsu.edu

RE: Books/Tutorials on Corba?


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