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“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “to talk of many things.”
Structure of this book — how to learn C++ — the design of C++ — efficiency and structure — philosophical note — historical note — what C++ is used for — C and C++ — suggestions for C programmers — suggestions for C++ programmers — thoughts about programming in C++ — advice — references.
This book consists of six parts:
Chapters 1 through 3 give an overview of the C++ language, the key programming styles it supports, and the C++ standard library.
Chapters 4 through 9 provide a tutorial introduction to C++’s built-in types and the basic facilities for constructing programs out of them.