The InformIT C++ Reference Guide (Danny Kalev)

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The InformIT C++ Reference Guide (Danny Kalev)

The Informit C++ Reference Guide provides the essentials of C++ knowledge in addition to articles, comments, and opinions that elevate it above a simple introduction to the language. The mandatory C++ knowledge base—what every C++ programmer should know—is covered in the first 15 chapters.

The Standard Library, Operator Overloading, Memory Management, Templates, Special Member Functions, and Object-Oriented Programming and Design are only a few of these topics. Though the C++ Reference Guide has never been merely an online C++ lesson. It has evolved into an ongoing conversation with the newest trends and developing technologies as a result of the ability to respond on a weekly basis to new developments in the C++ and IT fields.

As a result, this book also contains a number of essays, commentary, and digressions on other subjects that aren't just limited to C++ programming.

This book is the culmination of over two years' worth of C++ writing. This handy and portable format can help you in your regular design and programming engagements whether you're a novice or an experienced C++ coder.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Software engineer and qualified system analyst Danny Kalev specializes in C++ and formal language theory. Between 1997 and 2000, he served on the C++ standards committee. His MA in general linguistics, summa cum laude, was just completed. 
Published Date / Year
1 edition (July 1, 2005); eBook (2009)
600 pages
eBook Format
Online, HTML

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