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Is there a downloadable c/c++ reference?

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I use www.cppreference.com and msdn when I'm on the web, but when I'm not it'd be nice to have something on my machine I could refer to. Would be nicer than lugging a reference book around with me, to say the least. Does anyone know of a *legal* downloadable c/c++ reference guide? My google searches have come up short. Thanks in advance.

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(edit: err, the first is not really downloadable. An older draft should be pretty accurate for current implementations, though.)


Sure:

Dinkumware (at one time was the implementation used in VC++. I don't know if this is still true).

You can also find various versions of the C++ Standard Draft, which can be quite enlightening. See Open-STD for downloadable drafts.



jfl.

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