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LEGO Kids' 9009952 LEGO Movie Bad Cop Mini-Figure Light Up Alarm Clock Color:Bad Cop Meet Bad Cop, the latest villain of the LEGO Universe. Bad cop is under the influence of Lord Business and will do
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Color:Bad Cop Meet Bad Cop, the latest villain of the LEGO Universe. Bad cop is under the influence of Lord Business and will do anything to stop Emmet, dirty tricks and all. The LEGO Universe is under attack, will it fall into the hands of Bad Cop and the rest of Lord Business’s henchmen? You decide. Celebrate this amazing adventure with this official LEGO Movie Bad Cop clock. The LEGO Story The name ‘LEGO’ is an abbreviation of the two Danish words “leg godt”, meaning “play well”. It’s our name and it’s our ideal. The LEGO Group was founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Christiansen. The Company has passed from father to son and remains a family owned business even today: Owned by Kjeld Kirk Kristiansen, a grandchild of the founder. It has come a long way over the past almost 80 years – from a small carpenter’s workshop to a modern, global enterprise. The LEGO Group is a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. The company is still owned by the Kirk Kristiansen family who founded it in 1932. The LEGO Group is engaged in the development of children’s creativity through playing and learning and it is this core philosophy that is built into every LEGO brand watch and clock. See all Product description

2016
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Norton 360 Everywhere - 1 yr Protection for up to 5 Devices [Old Version] Norton 360 Everywhere keeps you and your devices safe when you surf, shop, socialize, share, or bank online. Now you can easily
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Norton 360 Everywhere keeps you and your devices safe when you surf, shop, socialize, share, or bank online. Now you can easily protect your PC, Mac, smartphone, and tablet with a single security solution that covers them all. Industry-leading Norton technology protects you and your devices against threats like viruses, spyware, and identity theft. It also lets you track, lock, and locate your smartphone or tablet if they're lost or stolen. And with cloud-based Norton Management, you can take charge of your devices' protection from anywhere. Set up, add or remove devices, and adjust your protection to suit your changing needs, right over the Internet. From the Manufacturer Norton 360 Everywhere keeps you and your devices safe when you surf, shop, socialize, share, or bank online. Now you can easily protect your PC, Mac, smartphone, and tablet with a single security solution that covers them all. Industry-leading Norton technology protects you and your devices against threats like viruses, spyware, and identity theft. It also lets you track, lock, and locate your smartphone or tablet if they’re lost or stolen. And with cloud-based Norton Management, you can take charge of your devices’ protection from anywhere. Set up, add or remove devices, and adjust your protection to suit your changing needs, right over the Internet. Protects you, your PC, Mac, smartphone, and tablet against: Viruses and other threats Dangerous downloads Phishing and malicious websites Identity theft Loss or theft of your Android smartphone or tablet Protects your PC Detects and removes viruses, spyware, and other threats before they can cause problems for you or the people you share Stuff with. Helps keep your music, videos, photos, and other important Stuff safe from loss with automatic, local or secure 25 GB of online backup.* Protects your identity by warning you of phishing websites that can be used to steal your personal information. Identifies safe websites, proactively blocks unsafe sites, and stops online threats before your browser even loads, so you can enjoy your favorite online activities without worry. Keeps your computer running at its best with regular PC tune-ups. * 25 GB of online storage included, with option to purchase more. Detects and eliminates threats to your Mac Keeps your iPhoto pictures, iTunes media, iMovie projects, and other important Stuff safe by detecting and eliminating viruses, spyware, and other online threats. Identifies safe websites and blocks unsafe sites, including phishing sites that could steal your identity. Scans attachments received through email and iChat® and removes threats, so you can share files without worrying about getting infected. Defends your Android smartphone and/or tablet Lets you remotely lock, track, and locate your smartphone or tablet, so you can protect your contacts, emails, photos, and other important Stuff and even get your device back if it’s ever lost or stolen. Detects and removes mobile threats to prevent cybercriminals from eavesdropping, stealing your Stuff, sending spam texts, and taking control of your mobile device. Blocks dangerous websites, including phishing websites designed to trick you into revealing personal information that can be used to steal your identity and money. Norton 360 for PC Operating Systems Supported Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Professional/Ultimate Microsoft Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) Starter/Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Ultimate with Service Pack 1 or later Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit) Home/Professional/Tablet PC/Media Center (32-bit) with Service Pack 2 or later Minimum Hardware Requirements 300 MHz or faster processor for Windows XP, 1 GHz or faster processor for Windows Vista/Windows 7 256 MB of RAM (512 MB of RAM recommended) 300 MB of available hard disk space CD-ROM or DVD drive (if not installing via electronic download) Browser Support for Phishing Protection, Safe Search, and Password Management Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (32-bit only) Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and later (32-bit only) Google Chrome browser 10.0 or higher Support for Antispam Microsoft Outlook 2002 or later Microsoft Outlook Express 6.0 or later Windows Mail (spam filtering only) Browser Support for Vulnerability Protection Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later (32-bit only) Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and later (32-bit only) Norton Internet Security 5 for Mac Operating Systems Supported Mac OS X 10.7 Minimum Hardware Requirements Mac system with Intel Core 2 Duo processor 2 GB of RAM (already required for Mac OS X 10.7) 1.5 GB of available hard disk space Internet connection required for LiveUpdate security updates CD-ROM or DVD drive (if not installing via electronic download) Browser Support for Safe Web and Phishing Protection Safari 5.0 and earlier Mozilla Firefox 4.0 and later Norton Mobile Security Operating Systems Supported Android: 2.2 or later Device Requirements Android: 2.2 with 1.8 MB of storage Works with Android phones and tablets

2017
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Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Complete Series [Blu-ray] Restored and meticulously remastered in brilliant high definition, Star Trek: The Next Generation is a true milestone in TV
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Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Complete Series [Blu-ray]

Restored and meticulously remastered in brilliant high definition, Star Trek: The Next Generation is a true milestone in TV history. With such thought-provoking episodes as The Measure of a Man and The Inner Light; the return of the Borg in The Best of Both Worlds; and the time-shattering confrontation between Captain Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the mysterious, god-like Q in the Hugo Award-winning series finale. Enjoy every memorable moment from the series that re-launched the Star Trek legacy for new 'generations' to enjoy and experience!

2016
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Contigo AUTOSEAL West Loop Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Travel Mug with Easy-Clean Lid, 24oz, Matte Black The West Loop travel mug is made for the modern movers, shakers, commuters, travelers – and for the urban explorer in all of
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The West Loop travel mug is made for the modern movers, shakers, commuters, travelers – and for the urban explorer in all of us. Whether you’re traveling via car, train, horse drawn carriage, rickshaw or penny farthing (it’s cool, you can Google it) this tumbler is the ultimate in convenience. It’s spill-proof, will stay piping hot for hours and it’s easy to use with just one hand.

2016
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At Bukokan Relive all the energy of this 1978 concert that rocked Cheap Trick into the top charts! I Want You to Want Me; Surrender; Big
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Relive all the energy of this 1978 concert that rocked Cheap Trick into the top charts! I Want You to Want Me; Surrender; Big Eyes, and more!

2016
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2014 Valor Football Speed #101 Patrick Willis - San Francisco 49ers by Topps
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An American Werewolf in London - Restored Edition [Blu-ray] Re-discover one of the most gripping horror films of all time with the cult classic An American Werewolf in London Restored
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Re-discover one of the most gripping horror films of all time with the cult classic An American Werewolf in London Restored Edition. Blending the macabre with a wicked sense of humor, director John Landis (National Lampoon's Animal House) delivers a contemporary take on the classic werewolf tale in this story of two American tourists who, while traveling in London, find their lives changed forever when a vicious wolf attacks them during a full moon. Starring David Naughton, Griffin Dunne and Jenny Agutter, An American Werewolf in London is newly restored and features groundbreaking, Academy Award winning make-up by Rick Baker (The Wolfman; Michael Jackson's "Thriller" Music Video).

2016
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Effective Java (2nd Edition)  Raves for the First Edition!   “I sure wish I had this book ten years ago. Some might think that I don’t need any Java
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Raves for the First Edition!   “I sure wish I had this book ten years ago. Some might think that I don’t need any Java books, but I need this one.” —James Gosling, fellow and vice president, Sun Microsystems, Inc.   “An excellent book, crammed with good advice on using the Java programming language and object-oriented programming in general.” —Gilad Bracha, coauthor of The Java™ Language Specification, Third Edition   “10/10—anyone aspiring to write good Java code that others will appreciate reading and maintaining should be required to own a copy of this book. This is one of those rare books where the information won’t become obsolete with subsequent releases of the JDK library.” —Peter Tran, bartender, JavaRanch.com   “The best Java book yet written.... Really great; very readable and eminently useful. I can’t say enough good things about this book. At JavaOne 2001, James Gosling said, ‘Go buy this book!’ I’m glad I did, and I couldn’t agree more.” —Keith Edwards, senior member of research staff, Computer Science Lab at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), and author of Core JINI (Prentice Hall, 2000)   “This is a truly excellent book done by the guy who designed several of the better recent Java platform APIs (including the Collections API).” —James Clark, technical lead of the XML Working Group during the creation of the XML 1.0 Recommendation, editor of the XPath and XSLT Recommendations   “Great content. Analogous to Scott Meyers’ classic Effective C++. If you know the basics of Java, this has to be your next book.” —Gary K. Evans, OO mentor and consultant, Evanetics, Inc   “Josh Bloch gives great insight into best practices that really can only be discovered after years of study and experience.” —Mark Mascolino, software engineer   “This is a superb book. It clearly covers many of the language/platform subtleties and trickery you need to learn to become a real Java master.” —Victor Wiewiorowski, vice president development and code quality manager, ValueCommerce Co., Tokyo, Japan   “I like books that under-promise in their titles and over-deliver in their contents. This book has 57 items of programming advice that are well chosen. Each item reveals a clear, deep grasp of the language. Each one illustrates in simple, practical terms the limits of programming on intuition alone, or taking the most direct path to a solution without fully understanding what the language offers.” —Michael Ernest, Inkling Research, Inc.   “I don’t find many programming books that make me want to read every page—this is one of them.” —Matt Tucker, chief technical officer, Jive Software   “Great how-to resource for the experienced developer.” —John Zukowski, author of numerous Java technology books   “I picked this book up two weeks ago and can safely say I learned more about the Java language in three days of reading than I did in three months of study! An excellent book and a welcome addition to my Java library.” —Jane Griscti, I/T advisory specialist Read more From the Back Cover Are you looking for a deeper understanding of the Java(tm) programming language so that you can write code that is clearer, more correct, more robust, and more reusable? Look no further!Effective Java(tm), Second Edition,brings together seventy-eight indispensable programmer's rules of thumb: working, best-practice solutions for the programming challenges you encounter every day.   This highly anticipated new edition of the classic, Jolt Award-winning work has been thoroughly updated to cover Java SE 5 and Java SE 6 features introduced since the first edition. Bloch explores new design patterns and language idioms, showing you how to make the most of features ranging from generics to enums, annotations to autoboxing.   Each chapter in the book consists of several “items presented in the form of a short, standalone essay that provides specific advice, insight into Java platform subtleties, and outstanding code examples. The comprehensive descriptions and explanations for each item illuminate what to do, what not to do, and why.   Highlights include: New coverage of generics, enums, annotations, autoboxing, the for-each loop, varargs, concurrency utilities, and much moreUpdated techniques and best practices on classic topics, including objects, classes, libraries, methods, and serializationHow to avoid the traps and pitfalls of commonly misunderstood subtleties of the languageFocus on the language and its most fundamental libraries: java.lang, java.util, and, to a lesser extent, java.util.concurrent and java.ioSimply put,Effective Java(tm), Second Edition,presents the most practical, authoritative guidelines available for writing efficient, well-designed programs. Read more

2015
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The C++ Standard Library: A Tutorial and Reference Programming with the C++ Standard Library can certainly be difficult, but Nicolai Josuttis's The C++ Standard Library
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Programming with the C++ Standard Library can certainly be difficult, but Nicolai Josuttis's The C++ Standard Library provides one of the best available guides to using the built-in features of C++ effectively. The C++ Standard Library provides plenty of default functionality in the form of the Standard Template Library (STL) for containers (like vectors and linked lists), as well as generic algorithms (which allow you to sort, search, and manipulate elements inside containers). The best thing about The C++ Standard Library is that it gives the reader a concise guide to working with these basic containers (from lists to sets and maps, with everything in between). Each container type is explained along with short code excerpts. Moreover, in a reference section, the author explores the connections between each container type, showing how they share similar methods. (Learn just a few methods and you can pretty much work with them all.) In addition to STL, this book excels at providing a readable introduction to the generic algorithms (which can be used to sort, search, and otherwise manipulate STL containers). Other books either fold this material in with the explanation of containers or make it seem like an esoteric topic. The fact is, generic algorithms work with all the STL types, and by separating these algorithms out like this the reader can learn the rich array of algorithms available in today's standard C++. While this book concentrates on STL and algorithms, readers will still find great coverage on Standard Library string classes and streams (including a fine section on internationalization and locales). For the beginning or intermediate C++ programmer, The C++ Standard Library can be a real timesaver. It arranges and explains the complexities of the C++ Standard Library and STL in a manageable format that's great as a reference and as an approach to programming. --Richard Dragan Topics covered: history of C++ and the Standard Library, template basics, Big-O Notation, the std namespace, standard exceptions, allocators, standard library utilities, pairs and auto_ptr, numeric limits, the Standard Template Library (STL) basics, containers, iterators, algorithms, vectors, lists, deques, strings, sets, multisets, bitsets, maps, multimaps, stacks, queues, iterator adapters, function objects, element requirements, value and reference semantics, complex numbers, valarrays, stream classes, stream manipulators and formatting, file I/O, internationalization, and locales. From the Inside Flap In the beginning, I only planned to write a small German book (400 pages or so) about the C++ Standard Library. That was in 1993. Now, in 1999 you see the result--an English book with more than 800 pages of facts, figures, and examples. My goal is to describe the C++ Standard Library so that all (or almost all) your programming questions are answered before you think of the question. Note, however, that this is not a complete description of all aspects of the C++ Standard Library. Instead, I present the most important topics necessary for learning and programming in C++by using its standard library. Each topic is described based on the general concepts;this discussion then leads to the specific details needed to support everyday programming tasks. Specific code examples are provided to help you understand the concepts and the details. That's it--in a nutshell. I hope you get as much pleasure from reading this book as I did from writing it. Enjoy! Acknowledgments This book presents ideas, concepts,solutions, and examples from many sources. In a way it does not seem fair that my name is the only name on the cover. Thus, I'd like to thank all the people and companies who helped and supported me during the past few years. First, I'd like to thank Dietmar Kuhl. Dietmar is an expert on C++, especially on input/output streams and internationalization (he implemented an I/O stream library just for fun). He not only translated major parts of this book from German to English, he also wrote sections of this book using his expertise. In addition, he provided me with invaluable feedback over the years. Second, I'd like to thank all the reviewers and everyone else who gave me their opinion. These people endow the book with a quality it would never have had without their input. (Because the list is extensive, please forgive me for any oversight.) The reviewers for the English version of this book included Chuck Allison, Greg Comeau, James A. Crotinger, Gabriel Dos Reis, Alan Ezust, Nathan Meyers, Werner Mossner, Todd Veldhuizen, Chichiang Wan, Judy Ward, and Thomas Wikehult. The German reviewers included Ralf Boecker, Dirk Herrmann, Dietmar Kuhl, Edda Lorke, Herbert Scheubner, Dominik Strasser, and Martin Weitzel. Additional input was provided by Matt Austern, Valentin Bonnard, Greg Colvin, Beman Dawes, Bill Gibbons, Lois Goldthwaite, Andrew Koenig, Steve Rumbsby, Bjarne Stroustrup, and David Vandevoorde. Special thanks to Dave Abrahams, Janet Cocker, Catherine Ohala, and Maureen Willard who reviewed and edited the whole book very carefully. Their feedback was an incredible contribution to the quality of this book. A special thanks goes to my "personal living dictionary"--Herb Sutter--the author of the famous "Guru of the Week" (a regular series of C++ programming problems that is published on the comp.std.c++.moderated Internet newsgroup). I'd also like to thank all the people and companies who gave me the opportunity to test my examples on different platforms with different compilers. Many thanks to Steve Adamczyk, Mike Anderson, and John Spicer from EDG for their great compiler and their support. It was a big help during the standardization process and the writing of this book. Many thanks to P. J. Plauger and Dinkumware, Ltd, for their early standard-conforming implementation of the C++ Standard Library. Many thanks to Andreas Hommel and Metrowerks for an evaluative version of their CodeWarrior Programming Environment. Many thanks to all the developers of the free GNU and egcs compilers. Many thanks to Microsoft for an evaluative version of Visual C++. Many thanks to Roland Hartinger from Siemens Nixdorf Informations Systems AG for a test version of their C++ compiler. Many thanks to Topjects GmbH for an evaluative version of the ObjectSpace library implementation. And, of course many thanks for those who invented, designed, or implemented C++ or parts of the library. Among others are Bjarne Stroustrup, Alexander Stepanov, Meng Lee, Matt Austern, Boris P. Fomichev, and all the other guys who wrote the SGI STL and the STLport. Many thanks to everyone from Addison Wesley Longman who worked with me. Among others this includes Janet Cocker, Mike Hendrickson, Debbie Lafferty, Marina Lang, Chanda Leary, Catherine Ohala, Marty Rabinowitz, Susanne Spitzer,and Maureen Willard. It was fun. In addition, I'd like to thank the people at BREDEX GmbH and all the people in the C++ community, particularly those involved with the standardization process, for their support and patience (sometimes I ask really silly questions). Last but not least, many thanks and kisses for my family: Ulli, Lucas, Anica, and Frederic. I definitely did not have enough time for them due to the writing of this book. Have fun and be human! About this Book Soon after its introduction, C++ became a de facto standard in object-oriented programming. This led to the goal of standardization. Only by having a standard, could programs be written that would run on different platforms--from PCs to mainframes. Furthermore, a standard C++ library would enable programmers to use general components and a higher level of abstraction without losing portability, rather than having to develop all code from scratch. The standardization process was started in 1989 by an international ANSI/ISO committee. It developed the standard based on Bjarne Stroustrup's books (The C++ Programming Language) and (The Annotated C++ Reference Manual). After the standard was completed in 1997,several formal motions by different countries made it an international ISO and ANSI standard in 1998. The standardization process included the development of a C++ Standard Library. The library extends the core language to provide some general components. By using C++'s ability to program new abstract and generic types, the library provides a set of common classes and interfaces. This gives programmers a higher level of abstraction. The library provides the ability to use string types, different data structures (such as dynamic arrays, linked lists, and binary trees), different algorithms (such as different sorting algorithms), numeric classes, input/output (I/O) classes, and classes for internationalization support. All of these are supported by a fairly simple programming interface. These components are very important for many programs. These days, data processing often means inputting, computing, processing, and outputting large amounts of data, which are often strings. The library is not self-explanatory. To use these components and to benefit from their power,you need a good introduction that explains the concepts and the important details instead of simply listing the classes and their functions. This book is written exactly for that purpose. First, it introduces the library and all of its components from a conceptional point of view. Next, it describes the details needed for practical programming. Examples are included to demonstrate the exact usage of the components. Thus, this book is a detailed introduction to the C++ library for both the beginner and the practical programmer. Armed with the data provided herein, you should be able to take full advantage of the C++ Standard Library. Caveat I don't promise that everything described is easy and self-explanatory. The library provides a lot of flexibility,but flexibility for nontrivial purposes has a price. Beware that the library has traps and pitfalls,which I point out when we encounter them and suggest ways of avoiding them. What You Should Know Before Reading this Book To get the most from this book you should already know C++. (The book describes the standard components of C++, but not the language itself.) You should be familiar with the concepts of classes, inheritance,templates, and exception handling. However, you don't have to know all of the minor details about the language. The important details are described in the book (the minor details about the language are more important for people who want to implement the library rather than use it). Note that the language has changed during the standardization process,so your knowledge might not be up to date. The section on newlang features provides a brief overview and introduction of the latest language features that are important for using the library. You should read this section if you are not sure whether you know all the new features of C++ (such as the keyword {\tt typename} and the concept of namespaces). Style and Structure of the Book The C++ Standard Library provides different components that are somewhat but not totally independent of each other,so there is no easy way to describe each part without mentioning others. I considered several different approaches for presenting the contents of this book. One was on the order of the C++ standard. However, this is not the best way to explain the components of the C++ Standard Library from scratch. Another was to start with an overview of all components followed by chapters that provided more details. Alternatively, I could have sorted the components, trying to find an order that had a minimum of cross-references to other sections. My solution was to use a mixture of all three approaches. I start with a brief introduction of the general concepts and the utilities that are used by the library. Then, I describe all the components, each in one or more chapters. The first component is the standard template library (STL). There is no doubt that the STL is the most powerful, most complex, and most exciting part of the library. Its design influences other components heavily. Then I describe the more self-explanatory components, such as special containers, strings,and numeric classes. The next component discussed is one you probably know and use already: the iostreamlib{}. It is followed by a discussion of internationalization, which had some influence on the iostreamlib{}. Each component description begins with the component's purpose, design, and some examples. Next, a detailed description follows that begins with different ways to use the component, as well as any traps and pitfalls associated with it. The description usually ends with a reference section, in which you can find the exact signature and definition of a component's classes and its functions. How to Read this Book This book is a mix of introductory user's guide and structured reference manual regarding the C++ Standard Library. The individual components of the C++ Standard Library are independent of each other, to some extent, so after reading Chapters 2 through 4 you could read the chapters that discuss the individual components in any order. Bear in mind,that Chapters 5 through 9 all describe the same component. To understand the other STL chapters, you should start with the introduction to the STL in chapter 5. If you are a C++ programmer who wants to know, in general, the concepts and all parts of the library, you could simply read the book from the beginning to the end. However, you should skip the reference sections (which usually are named something like "...{} in detail}"). To program with certain components of the C++ Standard Library, the best way to find something is to use the index. I have tried to make the index very comprehensive to save you time when you are looking for something. I can't explain all aspects at the same time, so you will find many cross references. It is always a problem to decide whether to follow them. If the cross reference refers to a section that will follow soon, take it as hint that I return to an aspect later. You should follow the cross reference only if you are searching for certain aspects or details and the cross reference seems to lead to details concerning your problem or its solution. In my experience, the best way to learn something new is to look at examples. Therefore, you'll find a lot of examples throughout the book. They may be a few lines of code or complete programs. In the latter case, you'll find the name of the file containing the program's first comment line. You can find the files on the Internet at my Web site josuttis/libbook/. State of the Art While I was writing this book,the C++ standard was completed. Please bear in mind that some compilers might not yet confirm to it. This will most likely change in the near future. As a consequence, you might discover that not all things covered in this book work as described on your system,and you may have to change example programs to fit your specific environment. I can compile almost all example programs with version 2.Example Code and Additional Information You can access all example programs and acquire more informations about this book and the C++ Standard Library from my Web site at josuttis/libbook/. Please read the {\tt README} file for further details. Also, you can find a lot of additional information about this topic on the Internet. See Internet Resources on page 743 for details. Feedback I welcome your feedback (good and bad) on this book. I tried to prepare it carefully; however, I'm human, and at some time I have to stop writing and tweaking. So, you may find some errors, inconsistencies, or subjects that could be described better. Your feedback will give me the chance to improve later editions. The best way to reach me is by Email: libbook@josuttis. You can also reach me by phone, fax, or "snail" mail: Nicolai M. Josuttis Berggarten 9 D--38108 Braunschweig Germany Phone: +49 5309 5747 Fax: +49 5309 5774 Many thanks. 0201379260P04062001

2015
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Seven Last Words: An Invitation to a Deeper Friendship with Jesus “This insight alone makes this book worth reading: Jesus endured suffering, so he understands ours. There is nothing more
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“This insight alone makes this book worth reading: Jesus endured suffering, so he understands ours. There is nothing more isolating than suffering, everyone’s suffering is largely incommunicable. Thus, in seeking to shoulder the sufferings of others we must pray to be able to hear the muffled cry.” (Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, author of Dead Man Walking) “As I sat in the cathedral on Good Friday, I listened to Father Martin’s reflections on the Lord’s Seven Last Words, grateful for the spiritual renewal he was bringing to the faithful assembled in prayer on this most solemn day of the Church year.” (Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York) “Spiritually rewarding and uplifting.” (Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York) A short but powerful work.” (Publishers Weekly) “An inspiring, spirit-srengthening resource for anyone bearing the weight of their own or another’s suffering. “James Martin’s compassion breathes through this book.” (Joyce Rupp, author of Fly While You Still Have Wings) “Tremendous... very moving.” (The Leaven) “Martin’s book keeps coming back to the central point: Yes, Christians believe Jesus is divine-but, because he also was human, Jesus’s compassion is deeper than we may expect. . . . Readers will walk away feeling hopeful-and feeling a renewed commitment to help others in our world.” (Read the Spirit) “When you struggle in the spiritual life, when you wonder where God is, when you pray in doubt and darkness, and even when you are close to despair, you are praying to someone who is fully human and fully divine, someone who understands you fully.” (America Magazine) “Martin invites the reader to inhabit the gospels; to live out the Passion in the privacy of the mind. He knows how to render the familiar-yet-strange events of Good Friday in such a way that the reader does not so much relate to Jesus’ experience as taste it.” (The Tablet) “Based on a series of reflections he delivered on Good Friday, 2015, in St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York, Fr. Martin preserves the sense of discursive intimacy with which he conducted the talks, while offering the reader the chance to engage the traditional Lenten exercise of prayerful meditation.” (Vatican Radio) “Father James Martin is one of the most brilliant philosophical minds of our times. His prolific career as a writer has brought to us the insight and awareness of service to others along with the need to incorporate Joy into our lives.” (OM Times) “The renowned Jesuit, James Martin, offers reflections on Christ’s last words and refers to the type of ‘radical forgiveness’ Christ showed on the cross. It is very powerful, but very rare. Yet when we see it, we recognize it, he says.” (Crux) “Wisdom is sprinkled throughout.” (Stuart Dunn) “One of the most important religious voices in the country.” (Religion News Service) From the Back Cover New York Times bestselling author James Martin, SJ, offers a vivid and compelling portrait of Jesus based on the Messiah’s dramatic last words on the cross. Father Martin shows how deeply Jesus understands our struggles and why we can turn to him completely—in mind, heart, and soul. Based on Martin’s homilies at New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Good Friday 2015, each meditation reflects on one of the seven traditional sayings: “Father, forgive them; for they do not know what they are doing.” “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in Paradise.” “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” “Woman, here is your son. . . . Here is your mother.” “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.” “I am thirsty.” “It is finished.” With the warmth, wisdom, and grace that infuse all of his writings, Father Martin explains why Jesus’s words from the cross are so important for the life of the believer. For Jesus’s final statements show how deeply Jesus understands our human struggles and why we can turn to him completely, sharing all our hopes and fears with him. Jesus Understands You From the New York Times bestselling and award- winning author James Martin, SJ, comes a series of meditations on the seven sayings of Jesus from the cross, which reveal not only Jesus’s love and forgiveness, but also why we can confidently turn to him with our worries, fears, and even doubts. “Spiritually rewarding and uplifting.”—Cardinal Timothy Dolan, from the Foreword “This insight alone makes this book worth reading: Jesus endured suffering, so he understands ours.”—Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ, author of Dead Man Walking Praise for James Martin “A masterful teacher and storyteller.”—Our Sunday Visitor “Father Martin is a great spiritual teacher.”—Mary Karr, author of Lit “A terrific storyteller . . . wise and entertaining.”—The Chicago Tribune “Martin is one of our most popular spiritual writers—and for good reason.”—Commonweal Read more

2016
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How to Cheat in Adobe Flash CS4: The art of design and animation "As a veteran Flash animator, Chris offers the reader a wealth of traditional Flash animation techniques; however, what
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"As a veteran Flash animator, Chris offers the reader a wealth of traditional Flash animation techniques; however, what makes this book even more valuable is the knowledge he offers of ways to use the latest features in the current tool." -Richard Galvan, Product Manager, Flash "Chris effortlessly breaks down complicated topics into easy-to-learn nuggets of digital animation wisdom. You learn everything a Flash animator wants-lip syncing tricks, walk-cycles, photo cut-out animation and even more advanced concepts like frame-by-frame traditional animation." -Aaron Simpson, Animation Producer and Founder of ColdHardFlash.com "Through it's refreshing and approachable design, this book was an instant hit and invaluable resource in our studio. We often recommend it to Flash newbies who are starting on their creative journey." -Gray Goldberger, Animation Director, Fablevision From the Back Cover Need to solve problems quickly to develop creative projects to time and to budget? Want to hone your Flash skills so you can concentrate on your animation? ThenHow to Cheat in Flash is for you! Chris Georgenes shows how to work from the problem to the solution - from the viewpoint of an animator who has been commissioned to create a job and is working to a deadline. With his in-depth knowledge of the little-known secrets used by the pros to produce creative, professional animations, Chris is THE go-to guru for designers and animators who want to create great animation, applications or motion design with Flash. This accessible, practical book and CD package is such a goldmine of artistic inspiration, timesaving practical tips, tricks and step-by-step walkthroughs that you'll wonder how you survived without it. * Bestselling How to Cheat coverage of Flash CS4 - a proven format for successful learning. * Learn a myriad of tips and tricks based on real-life working methods to help you work faster and more efficiently. * Work from the problem to the solution, to gain the best possible results from Flash.

2015
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The Rolling Stones In Mono [Amazon Exclusive] This year, for the first time ever, all mono studio recordings released by The Rolling Stones in the 1960s will be available in
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This year, for the first time ever, all mono studio recordings released by The Rolling Stones in the 1960s will be available in one unique historic collection. The collection will contain a total of 186 tracks, 56 of which have never before been heard in mono since the advent of the digital age.   Spanning the era between 1963 and 1969, The Rolling Stones in Mono covers the formative years of “The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World.”  During this era, most rock and pop recordings were originally recorded in mono, with stereo often an afterthought, dealt with only following the completion of the original (mono) version of a given track.  In short, mono reigned and this was, indeed, the case for the Rolling Stones during the period. While typical playback systems of the time were less than sophisticated, the original mono recordings, especially as heard through quality components, were of the highest audio quality and had a powerful and very direct impact. "You felt you were in the room . . . listening to exactly what went down in the studio, no frills, no nothing," Keith Richards wrote in his autobiography, Life. "Rock was a completely new musical form," Mick Jagger explained in a 1995 Rolling Stone interview. "It hadn't been around for ten years when we started doing it . . . You felt like one of the chosen few, one of the only ones in the world who would get to play with this new toy. We had evangelical fervor."  Late recording engineer Dave Hassinger explained how he mixed his ’64-’66 work for the Stones in mono, "They always played together at the same time," Hassinger said. "They would run the parts down, work out the changes here and there, nail it down, then start recording." Rolling Stone senior editor David Fricke, in his 5,000-word essay that accompanies the set, writes, “The Rolling Stones in Mono is the full studio account of that first decade of history and mayhem, newly remastered with unprecedented fidelity and revelatory detail.” His commentaries are included with the vinyl box sets as part of a 4-color deluxe 48 page lie flat book that features numerous rare photos by renowned photographer Terry O’Neill. The 16 LPs are housed in the original full color album jackets that fit along with the book into a one piece specially crafted box. The Rolling Stones in Mono was mastered by acclaimed GRAMMY award winning engineer Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering. For the project he utilized Direct Stream Digital (DSD) transfers from the original master recordings, with a sampling rate of 2,822,400. Lacquer cutting for vinyl was performed at Abbey Road Studios by Alex Wharton and Sean Magee. All vinyl box sets will be numbered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl.  The Rolling Stones in Mono project has been overseen by Teri Landi, ABKCO’s Grammy award winning Chief Audio Engineer.   Albums included in the box set are THE ROLLING STONES / 12 X 5 / THE ROLLING STONES NO.2 / THE ROLLING STONES, NOW! / OUT OF OUR HEADS (US) / OUT OF OUR HEADS (UK) / DECEMBER’S CHILDREN (AND EVERYBODY’S) / AFTERMATH (UK) / AFTERMATH (US) / BETWEEN THE BUTTONS (UK) / FLOWERS / THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST / BEGGARS BANQUET / LET IT BLEED / STRAY CATS

2017
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Professional all Inclusive Bartender Kit - Premium Quality- Stainless Steel Construction- Luxury Bag - Cocktail Shaker and all the Accessories you Need - Perfect Addition To Your Home Bar Collection Size:Premium Bar Set Get This Professional All Inclusive Bartender Kit Now And Complete Your Bar Collection- For Tasteful &
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Size:Premium Bar Set Get This Professional All Inclusive Bartender Kit Now And Complete Your Bar Collection- For Tasteful & Unique Drinking Creations Is your bartending career starting now and you are looking for a professional set that includes everything you need? Not anymore! The solution you were looking for is here! If you would like to impress everybody with your creations at the upcoming party- then our product is exactly what you need in order to achieve the perfect results! Get this amazing set which contains: 1 Shaker - Holds up to 24 fluid ounces 1 Shaker Lid - Built-in strainer for holding back ice when pouring 1 Shaker Cap - Top sealer does not leak when shaking 1 Jigger - Double-sided for 2 measurements 2 Pourers - Put on your favorite bottle for easy pouring 1 cocktail muddler 1 mixing spoon 1 cocktail strainer 15 drink stirrers 1 eBook - Tips tricks & techniques Premium Quality That Lasts This set is going to save your peace of mind, as it is constructed by stainless steel (304 grade 18/8); our products are never going to get rusty or faded and they are dishwasher safe! Get them now and keep them for a lifetime! If you enjoy preparing the perfect cocktails, but you are worried about the cleaning process after, then we have good news for you! The cleaning of this set is going to be a piece of cake-no matter what kind of materials you have used! Perfect Present For Your Special Ones- Free Bonus Gift Included In The Pack! Do you have a friend who is a bartender or has a passion for bar collections and you would like to give him a special present? Then we have the solution for you! Add to Cart now, you will not regret it

2016
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City Construction Decorative Peel & Stick Wall Art Sticker Decals This cute set of wall decals brings you city construction without all the noise! Whirling cement mixers, tall cranes, busy
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This cute set of wall decals brings you city construction without all the noise! Whirling cement mixers, tall cranes, busy bulldozers, and even a giant wrecking ball are hard at work. The block buildings, tiny piles of bricks, and well placed details like little orange cones are sure to inspire your little builder!

2016
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Solario Bright Solar Powered Wireless Outdoor LED Security Floodlights- 80 Lumen- No Tools Required Peel and Stick- Motion Activated- Black Item Package Quantity:1 BRIGHT SECURITY LIGHTING AT THE LOWEST OPERATING COST Compact but Powerful Are you looking for the
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Item Package Quantity:1 BRIGHT SECURITY LIGHTING AT THE LOWEST OPERATING COST Compact but Powerful Are you looking for the perfect outdoor security lights to keep your home or office well-lit at night? Then the Solario solar powered LED floodlights are just what you need! They feature 8 LEDs that produce up to 80 lumens to securely light any patio, deck, stairway or driveway. When dusk approaches, the in-built photocell activates the motion sensor, which triggers full brightness for 10 seconds whenever motion is detected. A dim light is produced at all other times in the night to provide maximum security. Peel and Stick You’ll be able to attach the wireless outdoor lights in just a matter of seconds. Simply use the included metal key to turn the floodlight on, peel the back to expose the adhesive surface, and stick to any brick, stucco or siding. The adhesive is surprisingly strong, weathering all types of conditions without losing grip. But we’ve also included 2 screws in with every solar lamp just in case drilling turns out to be the most ideal option for you. Here’s why you’ll love this solar spotlight: - Eliminates replacement of batteries and cuts on power costs. - Ability to use one or two batteries depending on the brightness required. - Sensitive 0.44W solar panel that works even in low-light conditions. - Wide motion detection range of 10-15 feet in 120 degrees. - Waterproof, UV-insulated, and dust-proof construction. Count on this Solario Outdoor lamp to securely light your compound in the most cost-effective and environmentally-friendly way possible. Click ‘Add to Cart’ now!

2016
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Nowstalgic Toys Bright Bugz (1 Piece - Colors Vary) (Discontinued by manufacturer) Product description One Nowstalgic Toys Bright Bugz (1 Piece - Colors Vary) From the Manufacturer With Bright Bugz, you can make
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Product description One Nowstalgic Toys Bright Bugz (1 Piece - Colors Vary) From the Manufacturer With Bright Bugz, you can make light magically appear and disappear. Mystify your friends by learning all the tricks such as making light go through your head.

2016
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Suits: Season 5 Boundaries are crossed and alliances tested in the riveting fifth season of Suits. Harvey (Gabriel Macht, Love & Other Drugs)
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Suits: Season 5

Boundaries are crossed and alliances tested in the riveting fifth season of Suits. Harvey (Gabriel Macht, Love & Other Drugs) wrestles with complicated feelings when Donna (Sarah Rafferty, Brothers and Sisters) leaves him to work for Louis (Rick Hoffman, Samantha Who?). Louis gets his own share of betrayal when his successful sister wants legal representation by the firm… just not by him. Mike (Patrick J. Adams, Orphan Black) finds himself on the wrong side of the law when he is arrested, jeopardizing his relationship with Rachel (Meghan Markle, Fringe) and the very future of the firm. Jessica (Gina Torres, Firefly) is forced to decide if Harvey ultimately is the right person to stand by her side. Watch all 16 compelling episodes of the series that critics rave is "bigger and better than ever" (Tiffany Vogt, Screen Rant) back-to-back and uninterrupted.

2016
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