I have recently started to write my own tiny little electronic-book. This e-book is not about teaching C++ from ground up, but it is a collection of C++ pieces that I have learnt during these past few years that I want to share with everyone. I call this e-book "C++: Random Pieces". It is still incomplete.
I decide to post my first draft, hoping to get constructive feedback and to bring meaningful discussion.
[B]NOTE:[/B] My English is very poor. If you find any grammatically mistake or you have better way of explain the point, please do not hesitate to correct.
[B]NOTE:[/B]If you have any trick or useful information related to C++, do not hesitate to share.
[B]NOTE:[/B]My programming knowledge is limited, if I have made any mistake, please spare my ignorance.
There will be around 20 to 25 C++ pieces that will be included in this e-book. I have finished the first 4 pieces so far. Firstly, I will post the first two pieces here.