C++-ANNOTATIONS(7) - man page online | overview, conventions, and miscellany
Extensive tutorial about the C++ programming language.
1994 - 2015
C++ Annotations(7) C++ Annotations C++ Annotations(7)
NAMEC++-Annotations - Extensive tutorial about the C++ programming language
DESCRIPTIONThe C++ Annotations offer an extensive tutorial about the C++ programming language. It can be used as a textbook for C/C++ programming courses. This document is intended for knowledgeable users of C (or any other language using a C-like grammar, like Perl or Java) who would like to know more about, or make the transi‐ tion to, C++. This document is the main textbook for Frank’s C++ programming courses, which are yearly organized at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. The C++ Annotations do not cover all aspects of C++, though. In particular, C++’s basic grammar, which is, for all practical purposes, equal to C’s grammar, is not covered. For this part of the C++ language, the reader should consult other texts, like a book covering the C programming language. The package offers the C++ Annotations in the following document formats: o Plain ascii text (cplusplus.txt); o LaTeX, including a .dvi file (in the subdirectory latex/); o PostScript (in the subdirectory ps/); o Pdf (in the subdirectory pdf/); o html (in the subdirectory html/); The postscript, pdf and LaTeX formats were con‐ structed for two different paper-sizes: A4 and legal. Depending on your installation type, the documents may also appear in compressed forms (e.g., cplusplus.txt.gz, cplusplus.html.zip).
FILESAll installed files (except for this man-page) are found at /usr/share/doc/cpp-annotations
COPYRIGHTThis is free software, distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
cpp-annotations.10.5.0.tar.gz 1994 - 2015 C++ Annotations(7)
AUTHORFrank B. Brokken (@rug.nl).