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Thinking in C++ 2ND Editionby Bruce Eckel
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Thorough introduction to Standard C++
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A book/CD-ROM introduction to the Standard C++ Containers. Each chapter teaches a single concept, or a small group of associated concepts, in such a way that no additional features are relied upon. This second edition contains new examples and exercises, and new chapters on C concepts and basic C++ features. The accompanying CD- ROM contains an even gentler introduction to C concepts necessary to understand C++. The author was a voting member of the C++ Standards Committee for many years.
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The long awaited sequel to the highly successful Thinking in C++. More coverage of advanced topics professional developers must master.
System requirements: PC or Macintosh computer with sound card and browser.
About the Author
Bruce Eckel is the author of Thinking in C++, Volume I, and other books on C++. He served on the C++ Standards Committee, has published over 150 articles (many on C++) and has given C++ seminars worldwide. He is the president of MindView, Inc., which provides software consulting and training.
Chuck Allison is former Senior Editor of the C/C++ Users Journal and author of the book C/C++ Code Capsules. He served on the C++ Standards Committee and is a professor of Computer Science at Utah Valley State College. He is president of Fresh Sources, Inc., which specializes in software training and mentoring.
Table of Contents
v. 1. Introduction to standard C++ — v. 2. Standard libraries & advanced topics.
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