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All collections are updated.
(Java, Javascript, C++ VC ATL STL, MFC VC, Python, Php)

About collections:

Collections include two types of information:
1) Code examples

  (guaranteed to have articles with code on the subject of
  selected chapter, guaranteed to be relevant to that topic
  with > 90% certainty)

2) Expert articles

   Contain articles by writers with above average competence

Internal search engine:

All collections may be searched with a very powerfule
internal search engine. It supports all standard search
engine operations, including "OR" and a literal match
(if you include multiple search words surrounded by
quote chars (")).

Also, phrase search is fully supported.

Synonyms are supported. Except in programming languages
synonyms are not that straightforward issue.

Do not underestimate the power of INTERNAL search engine.
It is a very powerful search engine.
It will allow you to drill down the issue to the most
precise degree.

You can search on some language (Java, MFC, C++, etc.)
Or you can search on a single chapter from some language.
Or, you can search on ALL the languages and ALL the chapters.

If and when you perform a search from some article,
the default search condition is to search the chapter
that article belongs to.

But the search result box will show you what was found
and will give you an option to change the scope of search.
That is, to select some specific chapter from some collection,
or to select ALL the chapters in that collection.

If you click on Index link in the navbar, you will be shown
the list of articles in that chapter. If you perform a search
from the search box in the chapter index, the default search
scope is to search that chapter.

It is best to search using the internal search engine vs.
standard search engines, such as Google. Because Google only
has a small part of the collections indexed for whatever reason.

But the internal search engine has every single article
available in the collection indexed. So you have the "full scoop".


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