C++ For Dummies
The features of C++ programming are like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Understanding how they fit together is important. C++ For Dummies, 2nd Edition, shows beginners and experts useful tips on how to get a better grasp of the C++ language. Unlike other C++ programming books, this handy reference considers the "why" just as important as the "how." This down-to-earth guide also includes a review of the C language in case your knowledge of C is rusty.
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