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Release Announcement - "C++ in a Nutshell" - O'Reilly

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"C++ in a Nutshell" packs an enormous amount
of information on C++ (and the many libraries
used with it) into an indispensable quick reference
for those who live in a deadline-driven world and
need the facts but not the frills. Extensively
cross-referenced, the book links related methods,
classes, and other key features. "C++ in a Nutshell"
is a lean, focused reference that offers practical
examples for the most important, most often used,
aspects of C++.
Chapter 4, "Statements," is available online:
To order your copy, or for more information,
(including index and Table of Contents), see:
or call 1-800-998-9938
or email orders@oreilly.com
C++ in a Nutshell
By Ray Lischner
0-596-00298-X, Order Number: 298X
808 pages, $39.95 US, $61.95 CA, 28.50 UK
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