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Raghavan Muthu
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Hi Prentiss Knowlton,

Congratulations on this book. I am an ardent fan of Murach's books and I do own Murach's Java SDK5 and Servlets and JSP book. I am unable to open the link provided here because most of the sites are blocked in our office!

In this book, do you suggest and take the readers along any IDE? or the previous Turbo C++/Borland C++ editors?

Do you cover templates and such related topics as well?

I know that Murach series is a good and quick beginner's book. Do you talk about the C++ compilers and the fine tuning, optimization stuff to some extent? so that the users can tweak it according to their requirement on demand.

Thanks in advance!


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