Optimizing C++: A Book about Improving Program Performance (Wikibooks)

 
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Optimizing C++: A Book about Improving Program Performance (Wikibooks)

This book is intended for intermediate C++ programmers who want to boost the performance of the software they create and who have studied C++ for at least a year.

This book offers tips and recommendations on how to use the C++ programming language to create effective applications. While taken into consideration, software correctness and maintainability are not the standards' principal concerns.

The majority of the provided advice is not platform-particular, making it relevant to every processor, compiler, and operating system; the few platform-specific recommendations attempt to cover the majority of systems.

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