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[1] Advanced C++ Programming Styles and Idioms (James O. Coplien)This book has been around for some time, but it's still immensely valuable. It teaches important C++ idioms from the ground up, in a way that is sure to capture the reader's interest and stimulate further research. Professor Coplien invites you to a journey that might just last a lifetime.

[2] C++ FAQs 2nd Edition (Marshall Cline/Greg Lonow/Mike Girou)This great book includes short (a page or so) questions and answers that are often asked by C++ programmers. Topics vary wildly, from why private inheritance is seldom a good idea to the intricacies of how to correctly use typename. If you've got a technical C++ question, chances are that the answer exists in this book. ...

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