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C++ Primer, 5th Edition is a prestigious classic C++ tutorial that makes countless programmers benefit from it around the world. Its content perfectly fuses the rich practical experiences of C++ master Stanley B. Lippman, the in-depth understanding on C++ standard from the former principal of C++ standards committee Josee Lajoie, as well as the C++ pioneer Barbara E. Moo‘s insights in the C++ teaching aspects.
More valuable is that in C++ Primer, Fifth Edition all samples have been comprehensively and thoroughly rewritten using the latest C++ 11 standards (this is the unprecedented significant upgrade after eight years), which is rare in other classic series of tutorials – it also embodies the major advances and comprehensive practices of C++ language.
Besides, the rich teaching auxiliary content, attractive knowledge-point tips and the programming models with careful organization make this book’s authority in the C++ field more unshakable. Whether for beginners, or middle, senior programmers, C++ Primer, Fifth Edition is no doubt the preferred one.
BTW, the classic of C++ Primer, 5th Edition is indisputable, but many readers maybe found that it is not very suitable for beginners (or you might only have a smatter knowledge about C++ even you have read it for a long time). So the better choice is read the C++ Primer Plus first, and then go back to read C++ Primer – after all, it is not good for most beginners at all standing in the perspective of compiler with too detailed discussion.
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