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Hey I've been doing C for a while, and use the Linux man pages all the time for references (man stdio.h, man fopen, etc), but when I try that for ...
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    C++ Documentation


    Hey

    I've been doing C for a while, and use the Linux man pages all the time for references (man stdio.h, man fopen, etc), but when I try that for C++ resources, it says it can't find the man page (eg: man iostream, man cout).

    Are there any 'official' references for C++ programming under Linux?

    For example - where can I find all of the methods for std::cout? Presumably there's a slightly more permement resource than googling each time?

    Thanks!

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    There are numerous C++ references available on the net that you should keep in your bookmarks, for example this one. AFAIK they are not available as man pages.
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    Thanks for the info - pitty about the lack of man pages though.

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    Re: C++ Documentation

    you can find help in this website : http://www.developper.com
    but the problem is that it was in french.

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