C++ Programming HOW-TO

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This document provides a comprehensive list of C++ URL pointers, links to C++ online textbooks, and programming tips on C++. This document also provides a C++ library which imitates Java-language, and which has various methods to avoid memory problems in C++. Using this library you can compile Java’s source code under C++. This document serves as a « Home of C++ language ». The information given here will help you to program properly in C++ language and applies to all the operating systems that is – Linux, MS DOS, BeOS, Apple Macintosh OS, Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/2000, OS/2, IBM OSes (MVS, AS/400 etc..), VAX VMS, Novell Netware, all flavors of Unix like Solaris, HPUX, AIX, SCO, Sinix, BSD, etc.. and to all other operating systems which support « C++ » compiler (it means almost all the operating systems on this planet).

1. Introduction

2. String Class Varieties

  • 2.1 Multiple Inheritance – Sample Custom String class

3. Best C++ compilers for MS Windows 2000/NT/95/98/ME/XP

4. Download String

5. How Can I trust Al Dev’s String Class ??

6. Usage of String class

  • 6.1 Operators
  • 6.2 Functions

7. String.h file

  • 7.1 StringBuffer.h
  • 7.2 StringTokenizer.h

8. Renaming the String class

  • 8.1 Case 1: Simple rename
  • 8.2 Case 2: Resolve conflict

9. File Class

10. C++ Zap (Delete) function

11. Pointers are problems

12. Usage of my_malloc and my_free

  • 12.1 Garbage Collector for C++

13. Debug files

14. Java like API

15. IDE tools for C++

16. C++ Online Textbooks and Docs

17. C++ Coding Standards

18. C++ Online Docs

19. Memory Tools

20. Related URLs

21. C++ Scripting Languages

22. Templates

23. STL References

24. Threads in C++

  • 24.1 Threads Tutorial
  • 24.2 Designing a Thread Class in C++
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25. C++ Utilities

26. Other Formats of this Document

27. Copyright

28. Appendix A String Program Files

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