Let Us C++

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BPB Publications, Mar 1, 2003 - C++ (Computer program language) - 605 pages
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From the small, unheralded beginning C++ has become the language of choice for most professional programmers. Knowing how things work in C++ is important. Knowing why things work that way is what would separate you from the crowd. Let Us C++ teaches you both things in Yashavant Kanetkar's inimitable style. This book takes the readers from the ground up to advanced topics like: - Smart Pointers -Templates - Multiple Inheritance - Namespaces - Mutable & Explicit Keywords -Containers & Itrators - New Casting Syntax -Exception Handling - RTTI Virtual Tables & vptr -Free Stores Management - Data Structures You would find Let US C++ easy yet incredibly thorough. Every discussion is highlighted by clear, direct examples. It will not only serve as your tutorial but it is likely to be the first thing that you would reach for when faced with a confusing issue.

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this is good book for undrstandig c++.

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very nice and easy book to learn i like c more.

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