Professional Programming Tools for C and C++ (Nielsen)
Monday, 15 June 2020

This book presents a quick start to a full range of tools you can use for programming and shipping quality software written in the C or C++ programming languages. In each chapter the authors, Anton Gerdelan addresses an important program development task, and introduces tools for completing the task on all the major desktop operating systems to get you started right away with practical instructions, adding hints and tips for common issues at the end of each chapter.

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Author: Anton Gerdelan, Katja Žibrek
Publisher: Nielsen
Date: May 2020
Pages: 146
ISBN: 978-1527258488
Print: 1527258483
Audience: C and C++ developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: C/C++

 

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