The C++ Standard Library
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Completed on 2016-10-26
About the Book
The C++ Standard Library is a quick reference to the standard library of the current C++14 standard. C++14 is a small addition to C++11. C++11 has more than 1,300 pages and was published 2011.
The goal of this quick reference is to provide a concise reference of the C++ standard library. This book assumes that you are familiar with C++. If so you will get the most benefit out of this book. If C++ is totally new to you, you should start with a textbook about core C++. Once you have mastered a textbook about the core language, you can make your next big step by reading this book. To make your job easier, I have provided a lot of short code snippets to connect theory and practice.
A Lot of Thanks
In particular, I thank the English proofreaders of my book: Mahesh Attarde, Rick Audet, Pete Barrow, Michael Ben-David, Dave Burns, Marius Grimm, Alvaro Fernandez, George Haake, Clare Macrae, Arne Mertz, Jason Turner, and Ivan Vergiliev. They translated my Swabian English into English. Without their precious work, the book wouldn't have been possible.
Senior Engineer, Dolby Laboratories
Arguably the quickest and easiest way to get up to speed on the most important parts of the C++ standard library. Recommended for any modern C++ programmer.
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