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By Musser D.R., Derge G.J., Saini A.

Common Template Libraries (STL) have been created to supply C++ programmers with a set of rusable courses, or strains of code, that may be utilized by everybody to extend programming productiveness and caliber. This booklet is the definitive reference on C++ programming utilizing STL, because it was once written by means of the staff that created the library.

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