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The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference
Examples of Using Functions as Algorithm Arguments 5. To make full use of its components—and to benefit from their power—you need a resource that does far more than list the classes and their functions. Algorithm Header Files 9.
An insightful introduction to fundamental concepts and an overview of the library will help bring stansard quickly up to speed. Value Semantics or Reference Semantics 5.
General Concepts 39 4. Direct Element Access 6. How to Read This Book 1.
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Threads and Promises Josutis Default Allocator Using Stream Buffers Directly Style and Structure of the Book 1. Other Operations for Unordered Containers 7. Students, buy or rent this eText. Clocks and Timepoints 5.
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Implementing Reference Semantics 7. Error and Exception Handling 4. STL Function Objects 8. Implementing Reference Semantics 6.
The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference [Book]
Random Access Iterators 7. Other STL Containers 7. Abilities of Arrays 7. STL Algorithms New Operators for Type Conversion 2. A First Example Using async and Futures String Class in Detail New Language Features 3. The Standard Template Library 5. Pairs and Tuples 5. Maps and Multimaps 6. Function Adapters for Ordinary Functions 8. Lambdas versus Binders Writing Generic Functions for Iterators 9. Automatic Type Deduction with auto 3.
The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference, Second Edition
Character Encodings and Character Sets Internationalized Messages Chapter Preview this title online. Examples of Using Vectors 6.
Mutexes and Locks