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NOUSERMACRO(Annotations)

DEFINEMACRO(itb)(1)(it() bf(ARG1):nl())
DEFINEMACRO(itt)(1)(it() tt(ARG1))

includefile(../yo/version.yo)

htmlstyle(body)(color: #27408B; background: #FFFAF0)
whenhtml(mailto(Frank B. Brokken: f.b.brokken@rug.nl))

DELETEMACRO(tt)
DEFINEMACRO(tt)(1)(em(ARG1))

manpage(C++ Annotations)(7)(YEARS)(cpp-annotations.DOCVERSION.tar.gz)
                  (C++ Annotations)

manpagename(C++-Annotations)
            (Extensive tutorial about the C++ programming language)
        
manpagedescription()

The bf(C++) Annotations offer an extensive tutorial about the bf(C++)
programming language. It can be used as a textbook for bf(C/C++) programming
courses. 

This document is intended for knowledgeable users of bf(C) (or any other
language using a bf(C)-like grammar, like bf(Perl) or bf(Java)) who would like
to know more about, or make the transition to, bf(C++). This document is the
main textbook for Frank's bf(C++) programming courses, which are yearly
organized at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

The bf(C++) Annotations do not cover all aspects of bf(C++), though. In
particular, bf(C++)'s basic grammar, which is, for all practical purposes,
equal to bf(C)'s grammar, is not covered. For this part of the bf(C++)
language, the reader should consult other texts, like a book covering the
bf(C) programming language.

The package offers the bf(C++) Annotations in the following document formats:
    itemization(
    it() text
    it() Plain ascii text (tt(cplusplus.txt));
    it() LaTeX(), including a tt(.dvi) file (in the subdirectory tt(latex/));
    it() PostScript (in the subdirectory tt(ps/));
    it() Pdf (in the subdirectory tt(pdf/));
    it() html (in the subdirectory tt(html/));
    )

    The postscript, pdf and LaTeX() formats were constructed for two different
paper-sizes: A4 and legal.

    Depending on your installation type, the documents may also appear in
compressed forms (e.g., tt(cplusplus.txt.gz, cplusplus.html.zip)).

manpagefiles()
    All installed files (except for this man-page) are found at
    tt(/usr/share/doc/cpp-annotations)

manpagesection(COPYRIGHT)
    This is free software, distributed under the terms of the
    GNU General Public License (GPL).

manpageauthor()
    Frank B. Brokken (bf(f.b.brokken@rug.nl)).