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Old January 16th, 2013, 05:54 PM
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The book refers in many places to C++ Standard Library Reference which users can find on www.wrox.com. But apparently, I can't find it anywhere on wrox web site. Can someone provide appropriate link or contact authors for the resolutions?
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All downloads for the book can be found at:
http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTi...-DOWNLOAD.html
There you can download the extra chapters and all solutions to the exercises.
 
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Marc, unfortunately you did not answer the question. The provided link only provides code snippets, while original question was about author's reference to Standard Library Reference resource which they claim in a book in many places. Authors only provide a link to www.wrox.com where this resource can be found, and I can't locate it over there. For specific example see pages 68, 377, 425, etc.
 
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The provided link provides more than only code snippets.
For example, the first 2 downloads are 2 bonus chapters, one of which is the Standard Library Reference you are looking for.
 
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Marc, thanks, now I see that, from link description it is far from obvious and I only downloaded "Full Code Download" and assume I got everything. Hope others will see this thread and will avoid this confusion.
 
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I know, it might not be that clear. Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do about that. It's the publisher's website.
 
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exactly thank you !





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