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Re: C++ reference?

I've practically worn out my copy of Lippman.  It's good to get started.
I haven't seen the 2nd edition.  I assume it's just as useful with updates
for the new parts of the language.

For real programming though, I found James Coplien's book Advanced C++ to 
be excellent.  He even acknowledges the existence of Lisp/CLOS and Smalltalk.
The programming idioms he describes allow you to do the kinds of things
you want to do in object oriented programs.