Accredited Standards Committee¹ Doc No: X3J16/94-0158 X3, INFORMATION PROCESSING SYSTEMS WG21/N0545 Date: 20 September 1994 Project: Programming Language C++ Reply to: Andrew Koenig AT&T Bell Laboratories PO Box 636 600 Mountain Avenue Room 2C-306 Murray Hill, NJ 07974 USA firstname.lastname@example.org
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Portions of this document are derived from books by Bjarne Stroustrup (
The C++ Programming Language, Second Edition; Addison-Wesley,
ISBN 0-201-53992-6, copyright © 1991 AT&T) and P.J. Plauger (
The Draft Standard C++ Library; Prentice-Hall, ISBN
0-13-117003-1, copyright © 1995 P.J. Plauger). All rights in
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