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Wasn't really sure which forum this belongs in so here goes... So I borrowed "Effective C++" and "More Effective C++" a while ago, and figured it's about time I got my own copies. Thing is, I see "Effective C++" is in it's 3rd Edition (2005) and that more than half the content in it is new since the 2nd Edition. "More Effective C++" was out in 1996. Does anyone know whether the 3rd Edition actually therefore contains all the stuff that had previously been printed in "More...", or do I still need to get both? Thanks!

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I've got all of those books (unfortunately not on me). Too my knowledge, while stuff was added in 3rd edition, it does not include stuff from "More ..." (might overlap a little). In fact, if I remember correctly, there was even stuff left out of the 3rd edition that was in 2nd edition.

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I'm reading Effective c++ currently, so have it ready to hand.
From the preface: http://aristeia.com/BookErrata/ec++3e-errata_frames.html shows changes from the previous editions.

Also from the preface, the new edition focusses on template issues, significant use of boost/tr1, exceptions, design patterns, and resource management.

Haven't read More Effective c++ yet, so don't know how that factors in.

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