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    complete list of all C++ subjects somewhere?

    is there something like a complete list of all C++ subjects somewhere? cause i see lots of of tuts where they mantion one part of C++ bet never bother mentioning other things in C++

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExDHaos View Post
    is there something like a complete list of all C++ subjects somewhere? cause i see lots of of tuts where they mantion one part of C++ bet never bother mentioning other things in C++
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    Quote Originally Posted by ExDHaos View Post
    is there something like a complete list of all C++ subjects somewhere? cause i see lots of of tuts where they mantion one part of C++ bet never bother mentioning other things in C++
    Your question is a bit vague - what do you mean "C++ subjects" ? If you mean things like std::list, std::map, etc., then the C++ standard probably has the most information - but I wouldn't refer you to it for learning purposes.

    C++ Reference [C++ Reference] has a bit of coverage. SGI's STL ToC is a reference manual, and a bit more involved, but a good source.

    MSDN... not quite so sure. Careful that you can sort out what is standard C++, just MS C++, and MS non-standard C++. There's quite a bit of non-relavant information there...
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    >> Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN)

    Uh, no.
    Code:
    #include <cmath>
    #include <complex>
    bool flip(bool value)
    {
           return std::pow
        (
            std::complex<float>(std::exp(1.0)), 
            std::complex<float>(0, 1) * std::complex<float>(std::atan(1.0)*(1 << (value + 2)))
        ).real() < 0;
    }

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    >> Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN)

    Uh, no.
    I laughed (oh, sorry, LOL)

    ExDHaos;

    I'm left to infer part of your meaning. Do I assume you're a self studier or overachieving student interested in more depth than the online tutorials or the "dummies" series of books?

    Bottom line, you're going to need a collection of texts, and after the basics there comes a point where theory (design patterns, templates, meta-programming) lends more to art than science, where opinions about how to proceed vary widely and you'll want ever widening viewpoints to compare.

    I've been at this nearly 30 years, and I'm still finding new material to consider, and now they're about to release another NEW version of this language, which I'm eagerly awaiting.

    I don't have any beginning to intermediate level suggestions on reading or sources, I haven't needed them for many years. Addison-Wesley publishes a series with forwards by Stroustrup which I personally think are important for high intermediate to advanced programmers ( Exceptional C++ series, Modern C++ [Alexandrescu]), design patterns, etc.

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    It all depends on what criteria you include for your definition of "complete".
    Otherwise as far as I'm concerned, the list may well be infinite.

    Here's a pretty good list of stuff to learn, a lot of it fairly advanced: Guru of the Week (GotW) Archive - Main Index Page
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