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I don't know of any C++ text that does a good job at OO design.

I'd have a look at "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software" by Gamma, Helm, Johnson and Vlissides. It's nearly 20 years old but goes over some common design templates (for the want of a better word) that you can integrate into your code. The C++ implementations are complete rubbish but the underlying principles are well worth a look. Incidentally when you read articles/other books/forums about OO design and implementation this book is called the GoF (Gang Of Four).

Other more advanced books that are worth a read are "Exceptional C++" by Herb Sutter - it's got a lot about how to implement classes to break dependencies but less about how to actually do OO stuff. Still worth a read.

"Agile Software Development, Principles, Patterns, and Practices" by Robert C. Martin. It's got a rehash of some of the GoF patterns which is more accessible. It's mostly about how to develop software but there's a fair amount of material on OO desing and programming. Unfortunately the examples are in Java but the text surrounding it is well worth a read.

If you have access to a good public or academic library then it might be worth getting a loan off them first before going bananas and spending loads of cash.

Ash
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