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Product NameBig C++, 2nd Edition
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AuthorCay Horstmann, Timothy Budd
Page Count1092
FeaturesPaper back cover has creases and first few pages are bent on the top cornor. some pages cornors are bent.Pages are clean
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  • Serving as an ideal introduction to C++ programming, this updated edition balances ease of learning the latest thinking on cognitive processes, current theoretical approaches, and innovative research techniques
  • Shares additional guidance in the form of how-tos and walkthroughs throughout the chapters
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