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Secrets of the C++ Masters by Jeff Alger
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Secrets of the C++ Masters (edition 1995)

by Jeff Alger

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Title:Secrets of the C++ Masters
Authors:Jeff Alger
Info:Morgan Kaufmann Pub (1995), Edition: Pap/Dis, Paperback, 400 pages
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This text aims to bridge the gap between C++ as described in beginner and intermediate books, and C++ as practised by experts. Focus is on ANSI C++, with examples of code fragments from all popular compilers. The book covers packaging for reuse and designing for portability; it also includes discussion on memory management. The accompanying floppy disk contains source code for the book's programming examples. The appendices cover specific interoperability issues with OLE and OpenDoc. The systems requirements are IBM PC or compatible; DOS or Windows; and C++ compiler.

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