C++ for Professional Programming with PC and UNIX Applications
International Thomson Computer Press, 1995 - C++ (Computer program language) - 556 pages
C++ for Professional Programmers provides a complete introduction to the features of C++ language and the object-oriented approach, and will attract professional programmers in its coverage of soon to be released features such as the ANSI C++ standard and Standard C Library. No other book currently describes these new features.
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