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C++ Language Tutorial by Juan Soulie

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C++ Language Tutorial
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Publisher: cplusplus.com
Number of pages: 144

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These tutorials explain the C++ language from its basics up to the newest features of ANSI-C++, including basic concepts such as arrays or classes and advanced concepts such as polymorphism or templates. The tutorial is oriented in a practical way, with working example programs in all sections to start practicing each lesson right away.

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