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In this chapter, you saw how C++ arrays and standard containers can be used to organize tables of data. C++ also supplies a set of convenient algorithms that saves you from having to write your own. Up to now, you have used C++ interactively with UnderC by writing functions; you are now ready to write and compile programs using GCC. I will explain precisely what is meant by a program library, look at how namespaces help you to organize your programs, and finally how to write robust code using exceptions.

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