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This exceptionally practical reference shows millions of C++ programmers how to accomplish the same tasks in Java -- and shows Java programmers how to adapt their work for C++ environments. Java/C++ Cross Reference Handbook is a comprehensive guide to the similarities and differences between Java and C++, designed specifically for the working programmer. The book's Q&A format makes it exceptionally easy to find the answer you're looking for. Coverage includes the Java and C++ runtime environments, native types, lexicons and expressions. Learn how each language defines classes, and handles inheritance, polymorphism and exceptions. Understand I/O and file streams; collections, containers and iterators; threads and processes; internetworking with TCP/IP and URLs; Windows and widgets. The book also includes comprehensive examples from the C++ iostreams, STL and standard exception libraries. More than 100 Java and C++ programs are included in the book and on the accompanying CD-ROM. Whether you're migrating to Java -- or you're Java programmer being asked to work in C++ -- you'll find yourself referring to this book again and again.
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