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In Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition (Volume 1 & Volume 2), Bruce Eckel used simple examples and concise narrative to explain the C++ programming language according to his own unique learning and teaching experiences in many years. Since the 1st edition, it has been enduring and gotten highly and widely welcomed from readers all over the world, which fully shows its status in the readers’ minds.
Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition can be totally regarded as the C++ standard now! This not only reflects on the adjustments of chapters, also includes the updates of examples, exercises’ supplements, more elaborate material selection and more careful narration that can stand up to close scrutiny, etc. All of these do make Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition tend to be mature and perfect.
The whole book is divided into 27 chapters, involves very wide knowledge and principle on C++. So it has been excellent enough to be as formal textbook and self-study book. At the same time it’s also very appropriate as the programmer’s reference book. In a word, Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition is an absolute classic, and worth collecting.
BTW, if you’ve already learned any other C++ book, then you will feel that it has the strange effect of so called eye to eye as long as you start to read Thinking in C++, 2nd Edition.
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