Murach's C++ Programming (Murach)
Monday, 01 July 2019

This book takes advantage of the higher-level techniques added in recent versions of C++ to write effective C++17 code. It gets off to a fast start with a practical subset of today's C++, and author Joel Murach then builds out coding and OOP skills to the professional level. It also covers older techniques required to maintain the vast amount of legacy code that's out there, as well as work with embedded systems that don't support the newer techniques.

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Author: Joel Murach
Publisher: Mike Murach & Associates
Date: September 2018
Pages: 770
ISBN: 978-1943872275
Print: 1943872279
Audience:C++ developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C/C++

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