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Hi, anyone know any good book on STL for beginners? I''m doing something that needed to use link list quite alot. And is quite a nightmare if i''m doing it in C. So i heard that STL in C++ could help a bit... is that right? or should it stick in C ? And also is there any book''s about data structre with STL? Which do cover N-way tree (actually is 8-way tree, i only know b-tree in C... )? And also cover infix, post fix, pre fix thing with STL? Thanks~~

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I don''t know if it is for beginners, but Stroustrups''s (sp) latest version of "The C++ Programming Language" has a very comprehensive section on STL. I think it is the best reference for STL.

There is also a good set of references on SGI''s web site, but I don''t have the URL right here. You''ll have to google it.

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