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The C++ Standard Library Extensions

A Tutorial and Reference

by Pete Becker

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Addison-Wesley Professional .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • C & Visual C,
  • Computers,
  • Computers - Languages / Programming,
  • Computer Books: Languages,
  • Programming Languages - C++,
  • Computers / Programming Languages / C++,
  • C++ (Computer program language)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages624
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9859834M
    ISBN 100321412990
    ISBN 109780321412997

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The C++ Standard Library Extensions by Pete Becker Download PDF EPUB FB2

The current C++ standard library extends the core C++ language with common classes and functions. In recent years, to address limitations in that library, a number of components have been developed to extend the language even further.

Compiled in a comprehensive technical report (TR1), the bulk of these extensions have been approved for the  › Books › Computers & Technology › Programming.

The C++ Standard Library Extensions is for any programmer who wants to get a jump on the revised standard. It also makes the perfect companion to The C++ Standard Library, by Nicolai Josuttis, both books being tutorials and references essential for using C++ more ://   The book is a tutorial and reference for the library described in the first C++ Library Technical Report, which was approved in by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

1 This library, which I’ll call the TR1 library, isn’t part of the C++ Standard. The TR is only “an informative document,” but you can expect to The C++ Standard Library Extensions: A Tutorial and Reference Pete Becker Since the current C++ Standard Library was adopted, numerous changes and improvements have been proposed, the best of which are being gathered in the C++ Library Technical Report (TR1), recently approved by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

The C++ Standard Library Extensions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. TR1 roughly doubles the size of the C++ standard libr   Pete Becker, «The C++ Standard Library Extensions: A Tutorial and Reference»Addison-Wesley Professional | ISBN | 1st Edition (July ) | CHM | 1 Mb   The book is a tutorial and reference for the library described in the first C++ Library Technical Report, which was approved in by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

The library, except for the special math functions, has also been added to the draft working paper for the next C++   The C++ Standard Library Extensions is for any programmer who wants to get a jump on the revised standard.

It also makes the perfect companion to The C++ Standard Library, by Nicolai Josuttis, both books being tutorials and references essential for using C++ more effectivelyThis text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this The book is a tutorial and reference for the library described in the first C++ Library Technical Report, which was approved in by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

1 This library, which I’ll call the TR1 library, isn’t part of the C++ Standard. The TR is only “an informative document,” but you can expect to   The C++ Standard Library Extensions A Tutorial and Reference By: Pete BeckerPublisher: Addison-Wesley ProfessionalPub.

Date: J Print ISBN Print ISBN Pages in Print Edition: Subscriber The C++ Standard Library Extensions is for any programmer who wants to get a jump on the revised standard. It also makes the perfect companion to The C++ Standard Library, by Nicolai Josuttis, both books being tutorials and references essential for using C++ more effectivelyCe texte fait référence à l'édition ://   Compiled in a comprehensive technical report (TR1), the bulk of these extensions have been approved for the next revision of the C++ standard.

In this book, Pete Becker describes in detail each component in the TR1 library, explaining new facilities for utilities, containers, call wrappers, type traits, numerics, regular expressions, and C This is the eBook version of the printed book. If the print book includes a CD-ROM, this content is not included within the eBook version.

"TR1 roughly doubles the size of the C++ standard library, and it introduces many new facilities and even new kinds of library components. TR1 has some classes, for example, where some nested types may or may not exist depending on the template ://   The C++ Standard Library provides a set of common classes and interfaces that greatly extend the core C++ language.

Josuttis' book not only provides comprehensive documentation of each library component, it also offers clearly written explanations of complex concepts, describes the practical programming details needed for effective use, and gives example after example of workin TR1 doubles the size of the C++ standard library, and introduces many facilities and even kinds of library components.

TR1 has some classes, for example, where some nested types may or may not exist depending on the template ://   The C++ Standard Library Extensions A Tutorial and Reference pdf 教程 The C++ Standard Library C++ Standard library, The: A Tutorial and reference Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as Extensions to the C++ Standard Library.

Contribute to rhalbersma/xstd development by creating an account on ://   Version 1 of the C++ Extensions for Library Fundamentals, ISO/IEC TS defines the following new components for the C++ standard library: The following components of ISO/IEC TS were not selected for inclusion in C++   Immediate download and read cost-free The C++ Standard Library Extensions: A Tutorial and Reference book by clicking the link above.

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Country. State. Footnotes Preface [1] See [2] In April,all of the TR1 library except the special math functions was added to the draft of - Selection from The C++ Standard Library Extensions A Tutorial and Reference [Book]  Currently, C++ standard library headers usage for CMake is normalized through the directory prefix example: #include.

But, there is no clear approach regarding extensions to the standard library. For now, the header cmAlgorithms.h holds mainly extensions to the C++ standard library. But because it is located at the same place as the CMake code, it is not clear to Extensions to the c++ standard library that can help simplify code or provide other utility.

"" T min_unused(It first, It last, T value = {}) returns the minimum value between two iterators e.g. min_unused(1, 2, 3, 5)-> 4; void adjacent_pair(It first, It last, BinOp op)