C++ Report

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C++ Report
C++ Report Vol 10. No.7, July/Aug 1998
Editor Robert Cecil Martin
Categories Computer magazines
Frequency Bi-Monthly
Publisher SIGS Publications Group
First issue 1989
Final issue 2002
Country United States
Language English

C++ Report was a bi-monthly professional computer magazine published by SIGS Publications Group. It has been edited by Robert Murray, Stanley B. Lippman, Douglas C. Schmidt, Brad Appleton, Robert Cecil Martin, and Herb Sutter[1] and aimed to cover various issues related to C++ programming language. It has been widely recognized as one of very important publications related to C++.[2][3]

Notable contributors[edit]


  1. ^ The Last Waltz, Douglas C. Schmidt, C++ Report, January 1999
  2. ^ Scott Meyers, The Most Important C++ Non-Book Publications...Ever
  3. ^ Stanley B. Lippman (1997). C++ Gems: Programming Pearls from The C++ Report (SIGS Reference Library). ISBN 0-13-570581-9.