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    Everything about <iostream>

    I wish to learn everything possible with the above header file. i mean i know some of it, but there are others that i may not know about.

    Where is the best place i could start. I know this would have been asked before, so please pardon me

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    Re: Everything about <iostream>

    The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference by Nicolai Josuttis could be a good place to start.
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    Re: Everything about <iostream>

    Have a look at this we site. It has documentation for all of the STL.
    http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/

    Also, if you are really interested in io streams, have a look at
    c++ iostreams by Steve Teale
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/C-IOStreams-...B%2B+iostreams

    Standard c++ iostreams and locales by Klaus Kreft
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Standard-IOS...B%2B+iostreams
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    Re: Everything about <iostream>

    is there any notes available online. I wouldnt wanna spend purchasing a book or read another eBook.

    I just want to brush up on my basics. There are a few things that i have no idea about. a very good example would be cin.get(), which i came to know about earlier last year.

    http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/general/465/

    SO my main motive is to know the other methods or functions available in that header file and how exactly could those be utilised. In addition, i would like to learn all thats available with namespace std;, i always use it, but i m not too sure about the things i am missing out

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    Re: Everything about <iostream>

    Have a look at the web site I mentioned in my post #3. It has documentation for all of the c++ STL including <iostream> and highlights the extensions for c++11.
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