C++ Notes for Professionals
Publisher: GoalKicker 2020
Number of pages: 708
From the table of contents: Getting started with C++; Operator precedence; Arrays; Loops; C++ Streams; Flow Control; Metaprogramming; Basic type keywords; Polymorphism; Pointers; Virtual member functions; C++ Containers; Namespaces; Standard library algorithms; Regular expressions; Data Structures in C++; Threading; Semaphore; Design pattern implementation in C++; etc.
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