Book: C++: The Complete Reference
Schildt’s Classic C++Reference – Now Updated to include the new features of the C++Standard.
The International Standard for C++ added many new libraries, keywords, and features to C++ — Learn about them all in this completely revised and updated Third Edition of Herb Schildt’s outstanding classic. In carefully organized chapters, you’ll find expertly-crafted explanations, insider tips, and hundreds of examples that describe and demonstrate every aspect of C++. And just as you’d expect, everything is presented in the clear, uncompromising style that has made Herb the choice of millions.
Whether you are a newcomer just learning C++ or an experienced pro coming up to speed on the new International Standard, you’ll find C++: The Complete Reference a lasting resource that will help you maximize your programming efforts. You’d expect nothing less from Herb Schildt, the world’s leading programming author. Covering the entire C++ language, the book is organized into five parts: the C subset — foundations of C++, C++, C++ Object Oriented features, the C++ Function Library, the C++ Class Library, and Applications.
You’ll find these topics and more inside:
Classes and objects
Constructors and deconstructors
Virtual functions and inheritance
The modern forms of new and delete
Runtime type ID (RTTI)
The new casting operators
The new I/O library
The Standard Template Library (STL)
Algorithms, iterators, and predicates
The principles of Object Oriented Programming
Author Herb Schildt is the world’s best-selling C++ author with more than 2 million books sold. The most complete coverage of the newly updated ANSI C++ Standard–including updated material on the STL, namespace naming methods, an new classes. An easy-to-follow, three-part organization: I) Description of the root of C++; II) Detailed coverage of C++’s OOP components and classes; III) Effective C++ software application development.