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The C++ Primer

By Stanley B. Lippman

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| Paperback | 9780201548488

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Third Edition now available! C++ Primer was widely regarded as the most effective introduction to the C++ programming language. The new edition covers C++ as reflected in its latest release, Release 3.0, and the ANSI base document, The Annotated C++ Continue

Third Edition now available! C++ Primer was widely regarded as the most effective introduction to the C++ programming language. The new edition covers C++ as reflected in its latest release, Release 3.0, and the ANSI base document, The Annotated C++ Reference Manual, by Ellis and Stroustrup. As a leading member of the team working on the implementation of Realease 3.0, Lippman provides invaluable insights into the new language features. The most important new addition to the C++ language is the template facility, a feature that facilitates the development of extensive class and algorithmic libraries. Lippman provides comprehensive coverage of this new feature, including a rich variety of examples showing how templates can be used effectively. Features *Includes a new chapter on object-oriented design, using as an example the implementation of a template facility in a C++ compiler. *Covers exception handling, now a formal part of the C++ language. *Discusses the differences betweeen the Realease 2.0 and Release 3.0 language definition. C++ PRIMER, SECOND EDITION is useful both as a learning tool and as a reference to C++.
It assumes only an understanding of the basic constructs of a programming language. Experienced programmers will appreciate the comprehensive coverage of language features recently introduced into C++. Visit the ftp site for the book 0201548488B04062001

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