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Good Boooks and Tools on C++

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Hi there,

Would need help from some one on the following:
- Good Books that cover in C++ concepts mainly including STL.
- Tools in C++ that is used for e.g. to generate Class Diagrams, also
tools that can be used to reverse engineer C++ code and generate
documentation, etc.

Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Best Regards
- A. Balaji
Nov 11 '08 #1
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Balaji_A wrote:
Hi there,

Would need help from some one on the following:
- Good Books that cover in C++ concepts mainly including STL.
Go to www.accu.org. It seems they have their book review
section online again. Search for "STL" in title and follow
the recommendations.
- Tools in C++ that is used for e.g. to generate Class Diagrams, also
tools that can be used to reverse engineer C++ code and generate
documentation, etc.
For documentation generation look at www.doxygen.org.
Your help is highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Best Regards
- A. Balaji
Schobi
Nov 11 '08 #2

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Balaji_A wrote:
Hi there,

Would need help from some one on the following:
- Good Books that cover in C++ concepts mainly including STL.
I can personally recommend "The C++ Standard Library" by Josuttis.
Indeed, accu.org lists it as "highly recommended". I think that when you
said "STL" you meant "The C++ Standard Library" which includes (most of)
the STL plus a lot more (such as strings). This book covers the STL in
depth as well as the rest of the standard library.

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George Kettleborough
Nov 12 '08 #3

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