Iostreams

Overview

This is a comprehensive guide to using the complex C++ IOSTREAMS library. Written for experienced C++ programmers, the book focuses on creating software that supports the widest possible range of hardware devices.

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* Presents clear, concise explanations of the major components of the IOSTREAMS
* Includes solid introductions to ...

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Overview

This is a comprehensive guide to using the complex C++ IOSTREAMS library. Written for experienced C++ programmers, the book focuses on creating software that supports the widest possible range of hardware devices.

The book also:
* Presents clear, concise explanations of the major components of the IOSTREAMS
* Includes solid introductions to the class relationship diagramming technique, the multimedia stream, and the blob stream
* Provides object-oriented methods of creating I/O code
* Covers VGA and super-VGA monitors, serial and parallel communications ports, modems, printers, and much more

Written for C++ programmers, this is the most comprehensive guide to using the C++ IOSTREAMS code library. The emphasis is on creating software that supports the widest possible range of computer hardware devices.

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A guide to using the C++ IOSTREAMS library, for experienced C++ programmers, focusing on creating software that supports a wide range of hardware devices. Explains the major components of the IOSTREAMS library, introduces concepts such as the class relationship diagramming technique, the multimedia stream, and the blob stream, and provides object-oriented methods for creating I/O code. Also covers VGA and super-VGA monitors and other hardware. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471118091
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 5/22/1995
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

CAMERON HUGHES is a software epistemologist at Ctest Laboratories. He is also the designer of the cognopaedia.

THOMAS HAMILTON is a lead programmer at Ecta Corporation.

TRACEY HUGHES is a senior graphics programmer at Ctest Laboratories.

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Table of Contents

Object-Oriented Streams.

The IOSTREAM Class Hierarchy.

Extraction and Insertion of User-Defined Objects.

Manipulators.

Extending the IOSTREAM Classes.

The New Breed of Operating Systems.

Multimedia Device Access.

Blob Streams.

Communications Ports.

Appendices.

Index.

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