[3] C++-FAQ-Book versus (on-line) C++-FAQ
(Part of C++ FAQ, Copyright © 1991-2011, Marshall Cline, cline@parashift.com)

FAQs in section [3]:

[3.1] Is there a C++ FAQ Book in addition to this on-line C++ FAQ?

Yes, the book is C++ FAQs by Cline, Lomow, and Girou, Addison-Wesley, 1999, ISBN 0-201-30983-1.

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It gets five-star ratings ([*****]) on Amazon.com, and is available in bookstores. You can download an overview and table of contents, a sample chapter, and the source code for the book's examples.

Here's the book at a few online bookstores (listed alphabetically):

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[3.2] Is there a big difference between this on-line C++ FAQ and the C++ FAQ Book?


Here are some of the differences:

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