“Extended STL is not just a book about adapting the STL to fit in with your everyday work, it’s also an odyssey through software design and concepts, C++ power. Extended STL, Volume 1: Collections and Iterators. Matthew Wilson. © | Addison-Wesley Professional | Out of print. Share this page. Extended STL, Volume. Extended STL, Volume 1: collections and iterators / Matthew Wilson. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.

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Learn specific principles and techniques for STL extension Learn more about the STL by looking inside the implementation of STL extensions Learn general techniques for implementing wrappers over operating system APIs and technology-specific libraries Learn how to write iterator adaptors and understand the reasons behind the restrictions on their implementations and use Specific coverage includes Making the most of collections, and understanding how they differ from containers Mastering element reference categories: File System Name Handling Handling External Iterator Invalidation Refactoring Template Parameters via Inheritance Selecting const members Extended STL, Volume 1: Final Iteration Implementation Using real-world examples, Wilson illustrates several powerful concepts and techniques that enable you to extend STL in directions never envisioned by its creators, including collections, element reference categories, external iterator invalidation and inferred interface adaptation.


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Extended STL, Volume 1: Collections and Iterators by Matthew Wilson

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