C++ Templates: The Complete Guide CHM, PDF

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Templates have been proven to be one of the most powerful features in C++, but often overlooked, misunderstood and even misused. As one of the five classics for C & C++, C++ Templates: The Complete Guide is known as a complete guide for C++ templates programming. It’s intended to make readers lay a solid foundation for C++ templates knowledge through the basic concept, commonly used techniques and application examples these 3 aspects of useful information.

All 22 chapters in the book was divided into five parts. The two aspects of templates (structure and usage) have been deeply expounded, the defects and pitfalls about templates were also revealed. Through these, the author wanted to guide programmers to clearly understand why, when and how to use the templates to build and maintain the simple, fast, flexible and efficient software, giving full play to the powerful features of C++ templates.

In a word, all the mystery of C++ templates is fully flared in this book. But AppNee reminds everybody, the second part is enough to kill all beginners. That’s to say, you need to read this book repeatedly. Anyway, choosing C++ is to choose the road struggling with C++ compiler. Of course, you can also roughly have a look at the Andrei Alexandrescu’s Modern C++ Design.

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