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where can i download or print information on c++ purpose, paracticality, and/or applications?
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by:cdc_sickle
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just ask me, on icq if you have it
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by:nietod
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I don't think you can.  Its purpose/application is to create programs for almost any task.  That's it.  period.  I don't think you are goign to find any lengthy discussions about it.  
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Follow this link for a great article on this topic (in my opinion)
http://www.cantrip.org/realworld.html

This article appeared in Dr. Dobb's Journal, Fall 1997 Careers issue.

              C++ in the Real World: Advice from the Trenches

                              by Nathan C. Myers
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by:nietod
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Then again, maybe not.
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