I don't work in C, but this is the sort of book I always like to have. Its 100 tips on using the C++ standard library - which will certainly help you get the most out of the tools built into the language. Tips on algorithms, text processing, user interface issues and more, all with tons of sample code which is also on the included CD-ROM. You can't go too far wrong with computer books like this.
Rainbo Electronic Reviews published this review in our November, 2005 issue.
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