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Good documentation on C++ Base Clases?

I would like a URL to some online documentation for the C++ classes that come with the C++ compiler and libraries avialble on Linux.  I am looking for documentation on things like cin and cout and any collection type  classes.

Thanks in advance,
Nicholas Walltham
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curriCommented:
I don't know about any specific GNU C++ library documentation, but it tries to follow the standard, so any good recent C++ book would do. Also you can get copies of old standard drafts on the net (or an electronic copy of the standard for about 20 bucks).

A good online reference to the standard C++ library is:
http://www.dinkumware.com/refcpp.html

It talks about cin/cout, and also about STL, which has all the 'collection classes'.
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xgiannakCommented:
Best URL I know about STL is by SGI
http://www.sgi.com/Technology/STL/
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paitreCommented:
The URL given by xgiannak is good WRT the STL, however, the BEST C++ page I've run into (IME), is at the C++ Annotations at http://www.icce.rug.nl/docs/cplusplus/cplusplus.html

I recommend this site to anyone doing anything with the language as it covers pretty much any and everything one needs to know about it.
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nwalthamAuthor Commented:
That really is an excellent source!
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