I'm searching for a book or a documentation that includes all the librairies ,and their functions, of the C++ programming language.
Book: The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference (2nd Edition) by Josuttis
Online reference: http://en.cppreference.com/w/
Offline archive: http://en.cppreference.com/w/File:html_book_20141118.zip
Thank you it's useful
All compilers have function libraries, but in truth they are not "standard". IE, what you have in Windows is not what you have in Linux, Unix, OSX (BSD Unix), etc. There are a lot of good internet resources for the classes, functions, templates, etc that standard C++ supports, and any compliant compiler/linker has to support them. I use the cplusplus.com reference manual a lot, which NathanOliver and others mentioned above. So, don't confuse libraries and functions/classes. They are different beasts!