C++ for C Programmers
by JT Kalnay
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 335
A book with exhaustive examples of C++ intended to help a C programmer learn and use C++. This book is not organized in a traditional chapter format, Instead I have chosen to include example programs that illustrate the important points of C++ in an evolutionary manner.
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