Mail Archives: djgpp/2000/03/12/17:11:47

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From: Krogg <krogg DOT no DOT to DOT spam AT gtcom DOT net>
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Subject: Re: C++ information
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Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2000 16:13:20 -0500
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Damian Yerrick wrote:
> On Sun, 12 Mar 2000 09:30:27 +0200, Eli Zaretskii <eliz AT is DOT elta DOT co DOT il>
> wrote:
> >
> >On Sat, 11 Mar 2000, Krogg wrote:
> >
> >> Well,It is alot easier for me to navigate html files
> >
> >Why is it easier?  Info readers have the same commands for navigation
> >as HTML browsers do.
> My browser (IE) uses backspace instead of l for "go to last document."
> And where's the "back" button?  Not the back key, the on-screen back
> button? I'd like to see a GTK+ Info reader that looks like Netscape
> (now that the GIMP is ported, it could use WinGTK+).
> >Info readers have much better facilities for quickliy finding the
> >required information.  For example, the index-search command and the
> >automatic completion of index items and section names.  You lose all
> >this if you use the HTML version of the docs.
> But you gain the mouse and multiple windows.  And you gain support for
> copying to the Windows clipboard.  (No wait, those are in InfView and
> tkInfo.
> And you gain antialiased proportional fonts. (No wait, that's in
> tkInfo.)

I will look at that....I hope i can find it.
> >> and I just cant stand info....
> >
> >There are better Info browsers than the stand-alone info.exe which
> >comes with Texinfo.  The FAQ mentions the other readers in section
> >5.1.
> What I'd like to see is Info support rolled into the next Mozilla.

Ok,that would be cool....... my problems are different...the libgpp info's
must be incomplete....One area of interest to me is the
string class and i know a little allready,but i want a nice
reference all about it...The libgpp docs dont say anything about
string.c_str() but i read about it in "C++ Anotations"....What
else is missing?...where can i get a nice reference like this one
for c:

or this one: 

Or atleast one that covers all the string class stuff.

One thing I'll have to say,Its a LOT easier to learn about C
online than it is to learn about C++.

As allways,Be cool,


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