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Hi there,

I have been reading Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig which is an
excellent way of learning C++ from even the first pages by using the
standard library.

One drawback is that no answers to nice exercise sets.

Is there anyone who could provide the answers of the exercises in the
book? Or an URL will be very much appreciated.

I have conducted a basic search through google but no out come I could
only find the the answers of chapters 0,1,2.

Thx

Feb 12 '06 #1
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Hi there,

I have been reading Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig which is an
excellent way of learning C++ from even the first pages by using the
standard library.

One drawback is that no answers to nice exercise sets.
Almost always, there isn't a single answer.
Is there anyone who could provide the answers of the exercises in the
book? Or an URL will be very much appreciated.

I have conducted a basic search through google but no out come I could
only find the the answers of chapters 0,1,2.


I suggest doing this:

Create your best attempts at solutions, post them
here (with a description of the exercise), and ask
for comments/assistance.

I think this approach would be far more useful than
comparing your work with 'canned' answers, which
won't necessarily be the only valid solutions.

-Mike

Feb 12 '06 #2

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