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C++ In Action: Industrial Strength Programming Techniques

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C++ In Action: Industrial Strength Programming Techniques
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Publisher: Addison Wesley
ISBN/ASIN: 0201699486
ISBN-13: 9780201699487
Number of pages: 485

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C++ In Action presents a unique approach--teaching the language from the perspective of a professional programmer. You'll witness the development of a simple parser and a symbolic calculator from a simple command-line program to a GUI Windows application. In the process you'll learn how to use C++ like a real pro.

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