Designing Components with the C++ STL
by Ulrich Breymann
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional 2000
Number of pages: 320
The author shows how to make practical use of the STL through a wealth of examples and by drawing on his extensive experience and knowledge gained working with the C++ Standardization Committee. Unique insight into the internals of the STL takes the reader beyond simply using it, to show how the components supplied in the STL can be used to design more complex data structures and algorithms, and powerful abstract data types.
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