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    I'm looking for a C++ Reference in Windows Help File Format (.chm), just like the PHP Manual that you can download at php.net. Well i need some reference from time to time when I prog so if anyone knows where I could download something like that, please post the adress!

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    Hello,

    Maybe a Yahoo! search can help.


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    A reference to what part of C++? Microsoft's VC++ comes with a reference to the Standard Library in CHM format.
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    no you don't get my point, I want a reference about the core (C++ RAW), not about extentions like VB C++

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    I'm talking about the standard library, which is part of the core C++. I don't know of any proper references to the core language itself.
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