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Advanced Quantitative Finance with C++

Advanced Quantitative Finance with C++

by Alonso Peña
101 Pages · 2014 · 3.44 MB · 1,285 Downloads · New!
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21st Century C
by Ben Klemens
296 Pages · 2012 · 2.9 MB · 1,679 Downloads · New!
Throw out your old ideas of C, and relearn a programming language that’s substantially outgrown its origins. With 21st Century C, you’ll discover up-to-date techniques that are absent from every other C text available. C isn’t just the foundation of modern programming languages, it is a modern language, ideal for writing efficient, state-of-the-art applications. Learn to dump old habits that made sense on mainframes, and pick up the tools you need to use this evolved and aggressively simple language. No matter what programming language you currently champion, you’ll agree that C rocks.
21st Century C, 2nd Edition
by Ben Klemens
408 Pages · 2014 · 5.4 MB · 1,798 Downloads · New!
Throw out your old ideas about C and get to know a programming language that’s substantially outgrown its origins. With this revised edition of 21st Century C, you’ll discover up-to-date techniques missing from other C tutorials, whether you’re new to the language or just getting reacquainted.
A Tour of C++
by Bjarne Stroustrup
192 Pages · 2013 · 1.3 MB · 2,541 Downloads · New!
In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts the overview chapters from that complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to give an experienced programmer–in just a few hours–a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components–not, of course, in great depth, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started.
Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example
by Andrew Koenig
453 Pages · 2000 · 2.6 MB · 1,216 Downloads · New!
Want to learn how to program in C++ immediately? Want to start writing better, more powerful C++ programs today? Accelerated C++’s uniquely modern approach will help you learn faster and more fluently than you ever believed possible. Based on the authors’ intensive summer C++ courses at Stanford University, Accelerated C++ covers virtually every concept that most professional C++ programmers will ever use — but it turns the “traditional” C++ curriculum upside down, starting with the high-level C++ data structures and algorithms that let you write robust programs immediately. Once you’re getting results, Accelerated C++ takes you “under the hood,” introducing complex language features such as memory management in context, and explaining exactly how and when to use them. From start to finish, the book concentrates on solving problems, rather than learning language and library features for their own sake. The result: You’ll be writing real-world programs in no time — and outstanding code faster than you ever imagined.
Advanced  Metaprogramming in Classic C++, 3rd Edition
by Davide Di Gennaro
554 Pages · 2015 · 3.29 MB · 3,718 Downloads · New!
Advanced Metaprogramming in Classic C++: Third Edition, offers a detailed and somewhat intense look into template metaprogramming (TMP) using Classic C++ code examples. The two newer standards are not used in the code so that the examples can be rich, illustrate the point, and be run with confidence. The code can be readily adapted to include the elements of the Modern C++ standards. The gain for the reader is that TMP is presented in the book as a set of techniques that will enable a new style to your C++ coding while making it exceptionally clear and efficient.
Advanced C and C++ Compiling
by Milan Stevanovic
340 Pages · 2014 · 24.3 MB · 2,879 Downloads · New!
Learning how to write C/C++ code is only the first step. To be a serious programmer, you need to understand the structure and purpose of the binary files produced by the compiler: object files, static libraries, shared libraries, and, of course, executables.