The Boost C++ Libraries
by Boris Schäling
Publisher: XML Press 2011
Number of pages: 424
The Boost C++ Libraries introduces 38 general purpose Boost libraries. They should be of great use to C++ developers - no matter what industry they work in and no matter what software they create. The most important goal of the book is to increase your efficiency as a C++ developer.
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