C++ IOStreams Handbook

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Addison-Wesley, 1993 - Computers - 369 pages
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This is the first comprehensive reference work published on IOStreams. The C++ IOSTREAMS HANDBOOK provides C++ programmers with a broad view of the input-output mechanisms associated with the C++ language, as embodied in the IOStreams class library. Teale shows programmers how to use IOStreams, provides reference material for the IOStreams classes, illustrates how to provide input-output facilities for user-defined types and how to extend the IOStreams system.

  • Provides a detailed description of IOStreams
  • Introduces the use of IOStreams facilities
  • Describes the motivation for the IOStreams system and the public interfaces and behavior of the component classes
  • Provides key reference and tutorial for C++ programmers
  • Presents excellent rationale on how to manipulate IOStreams
  • Furnishes well-considered, outstanding examples that probe the behavior of the system and provide an active learning path

This book will help programmers, both novice or experienced, to expand and manipulate IOStreams and to make more sophisticated use of facilities in their own programs.


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About Steve Teale

Steve Teale is an independent software author and consultant. Healso teaches C++ training courses. He has worked with Zortechand Symantec on the development of class libraries. Hisexperiences in computer programming date from teh mid-sixties,and span a familiar sequence of programming languages: FORTRAN,PDP11 assembly language, Pascal, microprocessor assemblylanguages, and C. Originally trained as a chemist, hisbackground includes experience in industrial research anddevelopment laboratories of the U.K. atomic energy, steel andelectricity generation industries.


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