Publisher information, the physics of the impossible ebook publisher, addison-Wesley provides information about our book on their web site at m/cseng/titles/ /.
Pages 76-77, aCM, new York, NY, USA table of contents doi.1145/505776.Translations, the book has been translated to Chinese (isbn ) and Polish under the title "C.Biblioteka IOStreams i lokalizacja programów" (isbn ).The lack of good, easily available tutorial information is a serious lack, because in projects where someone knows iostreams well, most streambuf and most manipulators will be defined within the project, and not be standard ones.And I don't know of any free documentation about the overall philosophy, or how to actually use the streams (the Wikipedia page on iostream is a disaster so short of purchasing a good book, this may be the best source you can find.
List OF errata, many readers have been reading the book so carefully and attentively that they spotted quite a number of typos, errors, inconsistencies, and other flaws.
Sample reading, if you look for a sample from the book, you might want to dig for for the April 2000 issue of C Report.
The book also does an excellent job of delving into the nitty-gritty details of these classes (which most of us know only on the surface).
Besides an in-depth guide to what streams do by default and some hints for adding your own classes to work with them, the text also contains over 200 pages of reference material on every C stream and locale class, organized by header files.
(These sections will arguably be the most useful for the working C developer.).
Unfortunately we never found the time to it put anything together.There's coverage of I/O basics (manipulators, stream flags, and other built-in features) for everyday programming with streams.You'll find the table of contents, the preface, and other related information.This book effectively reveals the inner workings of the entire stream class library in today's Standard C in two ways: First, it explains the design principles and internal function of these stream classes, whether for simple console or file I/O or for more advanced topics.Like the support for template classes, the Standard Library's support for streams is powerful but until now, anyway, not easily accessible to ordinary programmers.Seminar, we received a request for a seminar on IOStreams and Locales and put together a 5-day course based on the book.This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.For the complete list of errata either.Examples include a custom date class that will cooperate with existing stream libraries and create new "facets"-output rules that customize data for particular languages or "locales.".The reference you cite is definitely pre-standard: the classes it documents aren't templates; they don't support locale (since they pre-date locale by at least five years there are classes which don't exist in the standard (all those with _withassign) or are deprecated (iostrstream on the.(Be warned: the errata list is long and download might take a while.).It contained an excerpt from the book.The added value of the seminar is the opportunity to do hand-on labs and implement real-life solutions using iostreams and locales.