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    Industrial Strength C++

    This free ebook defines a C++ coding standard that should be valid and usable for almost all programmers. ISO 9000 as well as the Capability Maturity Model (CMM) states that coding standards are mandatory for any company with quality ambitions. Developing such a coding standard is, however, a non-trivial task, particularly for a complex multi- paradigm language like C++. In this ebook we give you a good start for a programming standard for a particular company or project. Such a standard is often written by the most experienced programmers in a company. If a quality manager responsible for the development of such a standard instead select this book as the base for the coding standard, experienced programmers can be relieved from this arduous task and instead continue to do what they prefer to do, designing the company products. This ebook should also be of great interest for quality aware C++ programmers trying to find ways of improving their code.


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    Secure Programming : Random Numbers

    This paper discusses how to get secure random numbers for your application. We describe how to take a single, secure, random number (a seed), and stretch it into a big stream of random numbers using a secure pseudo-random number generator. We talk about how to get random data in lots of different representations (e.g., an integer in a particular range or a printable string). We also discuss how to get real randomness in an environment that is fundamentally deterministic.


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    Thinking in C++

    Bruce Eckel has kindly provided his book "Thinking in C++, Second Edition" free of charge to on-line readers. The text first sets the stage for using C++ with a tour of what object-oriented programming is all about, as well as the software design life cycle. The author then delves into every aspect of C++, from basic keywords and programming principles to more advanced topics, like function and operator overloading, virtual inheritance, exception handling, namespaces, and templates. C++ is a complex language, and the author covers a lot of ground using today's Standard C++, but without getting bogged down in excessive detail.


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    A Beginners C++

    This free ebook is primarily intended to be a text for the programming component in an introductory two semester computer science course (some materials are a little advanced and might postponed to later semesters). This intent shows in terms of references to "students", "assignments" and "later studies in computing". However, the book should be equally suited to an individual who wants to learn how to program their own personal computer.


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    Visual C++ .NET: Getting Started

    Many developers see Visual C++ as the old shoe of the programming trade - it feels comfortable and they know it well. This language represents time tested programming technology. In addition, it's a robust language capable of creating any type of application.


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    The Visual Studio.NET C++ Compiler

    The new Microsoft Visual Studio.NET C++ compiler provides you with a comprehensive, up-to-the-minute production-level development environment for creating all Windows ME, Windows 2000, and XP applications.


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    Object-Oriented Design Case Studies with Patterns and C++

    Good design and programming is not learned by generalities, but by seeing how significant programs can be made clean, easy to read, easy to maintain and modify, human-engineered, efficient, and reliable, by the application of good design and programming practices. Careful study and imitation of good designs and programs significantly improves development skills.


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    C++: Object-Oriented Design and Programming

    This Pack contains 8 papers, covering the following topics: Pointers to Member Functions; Dynamic Memory Management Techniques; A Tour Through C++; Dynamic Binding; C++ Container Classes; Overview of Basic C++ Constructs; Single and Multiple Inheritance in C++; Basic Examples; Language Support for Abstract Data Types.


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    Adding Reference Counting to the Shared Source Common Language Infrastructure

    Moving to a garbage-collected environment in the Common Language Runtime has, for the most part, made memory leaks a problem of the past. However, the lack of deterministic finalization implied by the garbage collection scheme makes management of non-memory resources more difficult. The C++ community has found that the "resource acquisition is initialization" [1] idiom is very effective in managing those resources that need to be freed as soon as possible. We added reference counting to the Shared Source Common Language Infrastructure to regain deterministic finalization, and to find out what the penalties would be for this extra memory management.


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    Managed C++: From ATL/COM to .NET

    Learn how to migrate your code: understanding C#, .NET and Managed C++.


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