C/C++ Programmer's Reference
Written by Herb Schildt, C/C++ expert, this vital memory jogger holds a complete listing of essential C/C++ programming information in an easy-to-use, well organized format. At a glance, you'll find critical C/C++ definitions illuminated in the clear and readable prose that has made Schildt famous. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced programmer, the C/C++ Programmer's Reference is one programming aid you won't want to be without!
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