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I need a C/C++ help file that contain C/C++ standart function and example of how to use the function (like the old turbo C help file) and the file format is in html or chtm. THANX

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http://www.cppreference.com/

There is an archive version available so you can store the whole website on your computer. You can find it from the FAQ section.

They give you HTML and HTML Help versions. It appears the HTML version is updated daily whilst the HTML Help version is about a year out of date currently.

I have a local copy of the HTML version as the 'home' page of my web browser.

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http://www.cppreference.com/

There is an archive version available so you can store the whole website on your computer. You can find it from the FAQ section.

They give you HTML and HTML Help versions. It appears the HTML version is updated daily whilst the HTML Help version is about a year out of date currently.

I have a local copy of the HTML version as the 'home' page of my web browser.


Though you can mirror any homepage locally with the right tools (most notably wget and frontends to it), even without the help of the "webmaster".

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Yes, I've done that with some websites.

I think it's slower to use wget to download a website instead of downloading a package. At least it seemed rather slow when I did it. So... if there is a package readily provided then that's better I think.

I use the cplusplus site, too. Both are good sites.

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Yes, I've done that with some websites.

I think it's slower to use wget to download a website instead of downloading a package. At least it seemed rather slow when I did it. So... if there is a package readily provided then that's better I think.


Surely a package is faster, even if not compressed :)

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