A collection of exercises I am completing to study C++ from the book: "Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example". Koenig, Andrew, et. al. Addison-Wesley Professional (2000).
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Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example - Exercises

A collection of exercises I am completing to study C++ from the book: “Accelerated C++: Practical Programming by Example”. Koenig, Andrew, et. al. Addison-Wesley Professional (2000).

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Chapter Name Status
Ch. 0: Getting started :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 1: Working with strings :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 2: Looping and counting :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 3: Working with batches of data :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 4: Organizing programs and data :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 5: Using sequential containers and analyzing strings :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 6: Using library algorithms :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 7: Using associative containers :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 8: Writing generic functions :heavy_check_mark:
Ch. 9: Defining new types ---
Ch. 10: Managing memory and low-level data structures
Ch. 11: Defining abstract data types
Ch. 12: Making class objects act like values
Ch. 13: Using inheritance and dynamic binding
Ch. 14: Managing memory (almost) automatically
Ch. 15: Revisiting character pictures