Beginning C++: The Complete Language
C++ is an object oriented programming language based on the original C. It is now the most popular 'professional' language to master and the language used to write most of the applications we all use today. ANSI ( American Standards Institute ), or sometimes called ISO ( Int. Standards Org. ) C++ is the long awaited standard for the language itself. Over the next year, most of the companies that sell C++ compilers will have tuned their product to work, in the main, to this new standard. C++ code written before the standard will continue to work as before.The book covers all aspects of the language through to Objects and using the Standard Template Library.
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