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Thinking in c++ Vol2

Thinking in c++ Vol2

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Thinking in C++ 2nd edition
Volume 2: Standard Libraries &
Advanced Topics

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\u201cThis book is a tremendous achievement. You owe it to yourself to have a
copy on your shelf. The chapter on iostreams is the most comprehensive and
understandable treatment of that subject I\u2019ve seen to date.\u201d

Al Stevens
Contributing Editor, Doctor Dobbs Journal

\u201cEckel\u2019s book is the only one to so clearly explain how to rethink program
construction for object orientation. That the book is also an excellent tutorial
on the ins and outs of C++ is an added bonus.\u201d

Andrew Binstock
Editor, Unix Review
\u201cBruce continues to amaze me with his insight into C++, and Thinking in
C++ is his best collection of ideas yet. If you want clear answers to difficult
questions about C++, buy this outstanding book.\u201d
Gary Entsminger
Author, The Tao of Objects

\u201cThinking in C++ patiently and methodically explores the issues of when and
how to use inlines, references, operator overloading, inheritance and dynamic
objects, as well as advanced topics such as the proper use of templates,
exceptions and multiple inheritance. The entire effort is woven in a fabric that
includes Eckel\u2019s own philosophy of object and program design. A must for
every C++ developer\u2019s bookshelf, Thinking in C++ is the one C++ book you
must have if you\u2019re doing serious development with C++.\u201d

Richard Hale Shaw
Contributing Editor, PC Magazine
Thinking
In
C++
2nd Edition, Volume 2
Bruce Eckel
President, MindView Inc.

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