I'm a good C programmer and thought myself to be a good C++ programmer. First, this book showed me I'm NOT (or wasn't) a good C++ programmer, then it showed me what I need to know to become one. Lots of good solid nuts-and-bolts stuff about inheritance, memory management, you name it - the kind of things you'll need to know if you're asked to do anything serious in C++, particularly if you'll be designing classes. I recommend this book for anyone who has a fair grasp of C++ but wants to know it better. The follow up book is great too.
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