C++ Reference Guide
by Danny Kalev
Publisher: Informit 2008
Number of pages: 402
This guide covers constructors, destructors, assignment operator, operator overloading, memory management, templates, namespaces, time and date library, streams, object-oriented programming and design principles, the standard template library and generic programming, exception handling, runtime type information, signal processing, creating persistent objects, bit fields, new cast operators, environment variables, variadic functions, pointers to functions, function objects, pointers to members, lock files, design patterns, dynamic linking, the reflecting circle, numeric types and arithmetic, etc.
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