Schildt's Expert C++

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1996 - Computers - 402 pages
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With completely new material, master programmer Herb Schildt helps the C++ programmer fine tune his/her programming skills. He takes the C++ programmer into advanced topics such as Run Time Type Identifying (RTTI), sparse arrays, stacks, and expression parsing. He also gives readers a microscopic view of the powerful, object-oriented C++ string class, explaining how it functions, and how to exploit its many capabilities.

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Contents

Harnessing the Power of Template Classes
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An ObjectOriented Expression Parser
77
Sparse Arrays C++ Style
111
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