Complete reference

C++ Complete Reference 3rd Edition

You'll find these topics and more inside:
* Classes and objects
* Constructors and deconstructors
* Virtual functions and inheritance
* The modern forms of new and delete
* Function overloading
* Operator overloading
* Runtime type ID (RTTI)
* Namespaces
* Templates
* Exception handling
* The new casting operators
* The new I/O library
* The Standard Template Library (STL)
* Algorithms, iterators, and predicates
* The principles of Object Oriented Programming

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C Complete Reference 4th Edition

Inside you'll find:
  • Comprehensive coverage of the C language, including both C89 (the original version of C) and the new features added by C99.
  • Detailed explanations of each keyword, data type, and operator.
  • In-depth discussions of pointers, disk I/O, and dynamic allocation.
  • Complete descriptions of the entire C function library.
  • Descriptions of the new features added by C99, such as restricted pointers, Boolean and complex. data types, the inline keyword, variable-length arrays, and the long data types.
  • Real-world algorithms and applications, such as stacks, queues, trees, sparse arrays, and sorting.. You'll even learn about Al-based searching techniques.
  • Tips on working efficiently in the C programming environment.
  • Advice on porting and debugging.
  • Complete source code for a C interpreter that you can use as-is enhance to fit your needs. 
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SQL Complete Reference

It includes:-
  • Master SQL basics and use simple, multi-table, and summary queries.
  • Understand key concepts and the latest developments in relational database technology.
  • Set up and manage SQL-based databases and write programs to access them.
  • Create and use the sample database to run the SQL query examples in the book.
  • Find out about Xpath, Xquery, and other XML-based database query standards.
  • Discover how J2EE-based applications relate to data management.
  • Use and program SQL databases with application servers to create powerful Web applications.
  • Preview the future of SQL--including MySQL and the impact of XML and Web Services.
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Oracle 11g SQL Complete Reference

It includes:-
  • Install Oracle Database 11g or upgrade from an earlier version.
  • Create database tables, sequences, indexes, views, and user accounts.
  • Construct SQL statements, procedures, queries, and subqueries.
  • Optimize security using virtual private databases and transparent data encryption.
  • Import and export data using SQL*Loader and Oracle Data Pump.
  • Use SQL replay, change management, and result caching.
  • Avoid human errors using flashback and automatic undo management.
  • Build and tune PL/SQL triggers, functions, and packages.
  • Develop database applications using Java, JDBC, and XML.
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Oracle 10G Complete Reference

It includes:-
  • Install Oracle Database 10g or upgrade from an earlier version.
  • Execute SQL queries.
  • Perform complex searches easily with regular expression functions.
  • Implement security measures using Virtual Private Databases (VPDs).
  • Move data with SQL*Loader and Data Pump.
  • Replicate data and aggregations using materialized views.
  • Execute flashback queries to recover data or see its changes over time.
  • Create triggers, stored procedures, and packages with PL/SQL.
  • Develop applications with JDBC and XML.
  • Work with Oracle Database 10g Real Application Clusters (RAC) and grid technologies.
  • Take advantage of the new tuning features.
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Oracle 9i Complete Reference

It includes:-

  • Use flashback queries to see data as it existed prior to commits.
  • Create, query, and manage external tables.
  • Create partitions, indexes, and tablespaces.
  • Execute and tune SQL queries.
  • Produce sophisticated reports using SQL*PLUS.
  • Load data from external files into Oracle database tables with SQL*Loader.
  • Create triggers, stored procedures, functions, and packages with PL/SQL.
  • Implement types, object views, and methods.
  • Develop robust database applications with SQLJ, JDBC, and XML.
  • Take advantage of the Oracle9i data dictionary and optimizer.
  • Tour the components of Oracle9i Application Server (Oracle9iAS).
  • Manage, tune, back up, and recover Oracle9i databases.
  • Learn anytime, anywhere with a 90-day Oracle University Professional subscription. Details on CD-ROM.
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J2ME Complete Reference McGraw Hill-2003

It includes:-
  • Understand the organization, configurations, and profiles of J2ME, including the new PIM API.
  • Review small computing technology, including wireless, mobile radio networks, PDAs, and more.
  • Navigate J2ME architecture and the development environment.
  • Limit memory use, simplify user interface, minimize network traffic, and use best practices.
  • Write, record, sort, read, search, and store records.
  • Manage data and understand database concepts.
  • Anticipate mobile application uses for Web services, information management, and other key functions.
  • Work with HTTP connections, and networking and Web services.
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J2EE Complete Reference

It includes:-

  • Learn proven J2EE best practices and design patterns for Web services.
  • Incorporate database interactions into a J2EE application.
  • Create J2EE components that dynamically generate a user interface.
  • Build J2EE components using Java Servlets, JSPs, and EJBs.
  • Incorporate SOAP into J2EE applications using the Java API for XML Messaging (JAXM).
  • Use Java interconnectivity technologies to communicate between Web services.
  • Implement the Java Mail API and Java Message Service.
  • Take advantage of the security features available in J2EE.
  • Access the Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI) database and the Java XML Registry (JAXR).
  • Implement the Web Service Description Language (WSDL).
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Linux Complete reference
*This is a must-have guide for all Linux users.
*Install, configure, and administer any Linux distribution.
*Use the GNOME and KDE desktops, X Windows, and display managers.
*Deploy FTP, Web, mail, proxy, print, news, and database servers.
*Set up office, database, Internet, and multimedia applications.
*Secure data using SELinux, netfilter, SSH, and Kerberos.
*Work with files and folders from the BASH, TCSH, and Z shells.
*Encrypt network transmissions with GPG, LUKS, and IPsec.
*Administer system resources using HAL, udev, and virtualization (KVM and Xen).
*Configure and maintain IPv6, DHCPv6, NIS, networking, and remote access.
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Red Hat Linux Complete reference
*It includes
*Install, manage, and troubleshoot Red Hat Linux 7.2 and kernel 2.4.
*Learn how to set up, configure, and administer a local network with DNS, Sendmail, and Samba.
*Work with and configure GNOME 1.4 (Nautilus) and the K Desktop--KDE 2.2.
*Enable network access to remote file systems and to Windows clients, including Windows XP.
*Update software either automatically with the Red Hat Network or manually with RPM.
*Protect your network with firewalls, public key encryption, and intrusion protection.
*Administer TCP/IP networks using CIDR and class-based addressing.
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HTML - XHTML Complete Reference

It includes:-

  • Build Web pages using step-by-step tutorials.
  • Learn standards-based markup with HTML 4 and XHTML 1.
  • Improve layout with Cascading Style Sheets.
  • Manage and maintain Web sites.
  • Create interactivity with forms, JavaScript, and server-side technologies.
  • Find server selection and hosting advice.
  • Develop Web pages that serve a wide range of functions.
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Visual Basic 6 Complete Reference

The Complete Reference provides authoritative coverage of every VB feature and topic--from the enhanced development environment to ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) to Internet programming. Learn all about the new features of VB 6, such as the optimized native-code compiler, support for Dynamic HTML, and the WebClass designer, all of which reduce the amount of time and code it takes to create mission-critical client/server, intranet, and Internet applicaitons.

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C Sharp Complete reference
*Includes coverage of:
Data types and operators
Control statements
Classes and objects
Constructors, destructors, and methods
Interfaces, arrays, enumerations, and structures
Method and operator overloading
Inheritance and virtual methods
Reflection and runtime type ID
Delegates, properties, events, and indexers
Exception handling
Pointers and "unsafe" code
The core C# libraries and the System namespace
The I/O classes
The networking classes
The collection classes
The preprocessor
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CISCO  Complete Reference

 * This book includes the details about various networking techniques and give you the whole idea about the cisco exam.
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