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  • Title C++ Tips and Tricks for the Professionals
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  • Publisher: goalkicker.com, Bordoon.com, cplusplus.com
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  • Language: English
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This unique book features advanced programming tips available nowhere else! Experienced programmers will appreciate the coding workarounds, patch fixes, and inside secrets from a variety of sources, all intended to increase C++ productivity. Each trick can save professional programmers hours of work. Includes information on undocumented features and extensions, as well as answers to common questions. Special section explains common bugs and problems and their workarounds.

It is for C++ programmers who want to reduce their development time, ease their portability problems, and reduce the number of bugs and memory leaks.

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