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An Introduction to the Imperative Part of C++

This document is part of the HTML publication “An Introduction to the Imperative Part of C++” The original version was produced by Rob Miller at Imperial College London, September 1996. Version 1.1 (modified by David Clark at Imperial College London, September 1997) Version 1.2 (modified by Bob White at Imperial College London, September 1998) Version … Continue reading »

Beginner’s Guide to C++

Introduction Getting Started Hello World Dissecting “Hello World” Directives Namespaces Entry Streams The Language Variables Types Operators Flow Control Functions Classes Pointers An Application Adding Tasks: Files and Vectors Listing Tasks Marking Tasks as Done Sorting Tasks: Overridden Operators and STL Algorithms Conclusion Introduction C++ is a general purpose programming language. Anyone already programming at … Continue reading »

Free C++ Books

1. Fundamentals of Programming C++ (Richard L. Halterman) 2. C++ Annotations (Frank B. Brokken) 3. The C++ Hackers Guide (Steve Oualline) 4. Optimizing Software in C++ (Agner Fog) 5. Programming Abstractions in C++ (Eric S. Roberts) 6. Open Data Structures: An Introduction, in Java and C++ (Pat Morin) 7. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++, 3rd Edition (Clifford A. Shaffer) 8. Structured Programming … Continue reading »

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C++ Full Course

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C++ Interview Questions

According to the C++11 standard, what is the output of this program? template <class T> void f(T &i) { std::cout << 1; } template <> void f(const int &i) { std::cout << 2; } int main() { int i = 42; f(i); } Answer share on facebook tweet on twitter pin on pinterest     … Continue reading »

Crash Course in C++

C++ is a systems programming language that, according to its inventor Bjarne Stroustrup, was designed to be a “better C” support data abstraction support object-oriented programming support generic programming Though its syntax can be more difficult or complex than newer languages, it is widely used because it compiles to native instructions that can be directly … Continue reading »

Best C++ Books

Reference Style – All Levels A Tour of C++ (Bjarne Stroustrup) The “tour” is a quick (about 180 pages and 14 chapters) tutorial overview of all of standard C++ (language and standard library, and using C++11) at a moderately high level for people who already know C++ or at least are experienced programmers. This book is an … Continue reading »

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