C++ Footprint and Performance Optimization
C++ Footprint and Performance Optimization will fill in the knowledge gaps for programmers who have been trained without regard to software performance from a program level. Programmers will learn what optimization options are available at the start of a project as well as all other major areas where performance gains can be made. Throughout the book readers can participate in the fine-tuning of a stand alone sample application. Chapters on advanced tips, and cautions will prepare programmers for cross platform or multilanguage projects. Topics covered include: -- Embedded system programming-- Functions-- Efficient Memory Management-- Handling Blocks of Data-- Data Storage methods: stacks, arrays, lists, and trees.-- Optimizing I/O routines-- Advanced Optimization areasSAMS White Books present high-level expertise for a professional audience. The books explain what the technology is and how it can be used rather than how it is supposed to work. Workarounds are always explored if necessary. The advice, code and examples all reflect practical, realistic ways for solving problems.
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