Professional C++, 5th Ed (Wrox)
Wednesday, 24 February 2021

This book comes complete with a comprehensive overview of the new capabilities of C++20. Author Marc Gregoire explains each feature of the newly updated programming language in detail and with examples. Case studies that include extensive, working code round out the book.

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Author: Marc Gregoire
Publisher: Wrox
Date: February 2021
Pages: 1312
ISBN: 978-1119695400
Print: 1119695406
Audience:C++ developers
Level: Intermediate
Category:C/C++

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  • Maximize the capabilities of C++ with effective design solutions  
  • Master little-known elements of the language and learn what to avoid  
  • Adopt new workarounds and testing/debugging best practices  
  • Utilize real-world program segments in your own applications

 

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