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  • The C++ Programming Language
    by Bjarne Stroustrup: in this brand-new third edition of The C++ Programming Language, author Bjarne Stroustrup, the creator of C++, presents the full specification for the C++ language and standard library hot
  • Advanced CORBA Programming with C++
    by Michi Henning, Steve Vinoski: written for the experienced C++ developer facing real-world CORBA for the first time, Advanced CORBA Programming with C++ is a useful guide to today's most popular standard for distributed computing
  • C++ Faqs
    by Marshall Cline, Greg Lomow, Mike Girou: the entire book is a series of FAQs, organized extremely well. Each topic has its own chapter
  • C++ How to Program
    by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel: offers a comprehensive explanation of C++'s capabilities, including the latest additions to the language and the new ANSI/ISO C++ standard library. Topics include classes, objects, and encapsulation; inheritance and polymorphism; Standard Template Library (STL); ANSI/ISO C++ draft standard features; arrays and strings as full-fledged objects; namespaces and runtime type identification; and help in building real-world C++ applications
  • C++ Primer
    by Stanley B. Lippman, Josee Lajoie, Jose Lajoie: an authoritative guide to basic and advanced C++ in a clear and readable style, with plenty of short, practical examples throughout the text
  • C++ Primer Answer Book
    by Clovis L. Tondo, Bruce P. Leung: a handy resource walks through the Lippman text and reproduces every question along with its answer
  • C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition
    by Stephen Prata: If you are new to C++ programming, C++ Primer Plus, Fifth Edition is a friendly and easy-to-use self-study guide. You will cover the latest and most useful language enhancements, the Standard Template Library and ways to streamline object-oriented programming with C++. This guide also illustrates how to handle input and output, make programs perform repetitive tasks, manipulate data, hide information, use functions and build flexible, easily modifiable programs.
  • Effective C++ : 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your Programs and Designs
    by Scott Meyers: this exceptionally useful text offers Scott Myers's expertise in C++ class design and programming tips. The second edition incorporates recent advances to C++ included in the ISO standard, including namespaces and built-in template classes, and is required reading for any working C++ developer
  • Essential C++ (C++ In-Depth Series)
    by Stanley B. Lippman: provides a short, effective tutorial to some of the most important features of the C++ language, including lessons on generic programming and templates
  • Sams Teach Yourself C++ for Linux in 21 Days
    by Jesse Liberty, David Horvath: teaches you the C++ programming language using the Linux operating system. You will gain a thorough understanding of the basics of C++ programming from a Linux perspective. The Bonus Week includes topics such as XWindows, KDE with QT toolkit, APE Class Library, and Real -time Middleware



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