Author: Scott Meyers
Bought: Mar 96 at Ivy St.
Notes: Scott's second book has almost no overlap with the first. If you liked the first, you should get this. If you haven't read the first one, you should get both. This one appeared in autumn of 1995.
There are excellent descriptions of implementations of smart pointers, reference counting, proxies, etc., with clear explanations of the ramifications of the choices you will have to make. Lots on exception-handling. Not much on generic programming.
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