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U integer suffix
u integer suffix
ul element
ul element (XHTML)
UL integer suffix
ul integer suffix
ultimate operator overloading exercise
     action expression 2nd 3rd
     action state 2nd
     activity diagram 2nd 3rd 4th
     class diagram
     constructor in a class diagram
     data types
     decision symbol
     diamond symbol 2nd
     dotted line
     final state
     guard condition 2nd 3rd
     guillemets (« and »)
     initial state
     merge symbol
     minus sign ()
     plus sign (+)
     public operation
     small circle symbol
     solid circle symbol
     String type
     transition arrow 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
UML (Unified Modeling Language) 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
UML activity diagram
UML Activity Diagram
     solid circle (for representing an initial state) in the UML
     solid circle enclosed in an open circle (for representing the end of an activity) in the UML
UML class diagram
     attribute compartment
     operation compartment
UML Partners
UML Sequence Diagram
UML State Diagram
     rounded rectangle (for representing a state) in the UML
     solid circle (for representing an initial state) in the UML
UML Use Case Diagram
     use case
unary cast operator
unary decrement operator (--)
unary increment operator (++)
unary minus (-) operator
unary operator 2nd 3rd
unary operator overload 2nd
unary plus (+) operator
unary predicate function 2nd 3rd
unary scope resolution operator (::)
unbuffered output
unbuffered standard error stream
unconditional branch
unconditional branch goto
unconditional branch instruction
unconditional goto statement in Simple
undefined area in memory
undefined value
underflow_error exception
underlying container
underlying data structure
underscore (_)
unexpected event
unexpected function 2nd
unformatted I/O 2nd 3rd
unformatted I/O using the read, gcount and write member functions
unformatted output 2nd
Unicode® 2nd 3rd
Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
unincremented copy of an object
uninitialized local reference causes a syntax error
uninitialized variable
union 2nd
union constructor
union functions cannot be virtual
union with no constructor
unique keys 2nd 3rd
unique member function of list
unique STL algorithm 2nd 3rd
unique_copy STL algorithm 2nd 3rd
universal-time format
UNIX 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
UNIX command line 2nd
unmodifiable lvalue 2nd
unnamed bit field
unnamed bit field with a zero width
unnamed namespace
unnamed object
unoptimized code
unordered list element (ul)
unresolved references 2nd
unsigned char data type
unsigned data type 2nd 3rd
unsigned int data type 2nd 3rd
unsigned integer in bits
unsigned long data type 2nd 3rd 4th
unsigned long int data type 2nd
unsigned short data type
unsigned short int data type
unspecified number of arguments
unsuccessful termination
untie an input stream from an output stream
unwinding the function call stack
update a record
update records in place
upper_bound function of associative container
upper_bound STL algorithm
uppercase letter 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
uppercase stream manipulator 2nd 3rd
URL (Uniform Resource Locator) 2nd
us (top-level domain)
use case diagram in the UML 2nd
use case in the UML 2nd
use case modeling
USENIX C++ Conference
user interface
user-defined class name
user-defined function 2nd
user-defined termination function
user-defined type 2nd 3rd
user-defined types
User-defined, nonparameterized stream manipulators
using a dynamically allocated ostring-stream object
using a function template
Using a static data member to maintain a count of the number of objects of a class
using an anonymous union
using an iterator to output a string
using arrays instead of switch
using command-line arguments
using declaration 2nd
using directive
using function swap to swap two strings
using functions exit and atexit
using goto
using member function fill and stream manipulator setfill to change the padding character for fields larger than the values being printed
using namespace directive
using signal handling
using Standard Library functions to perform a heapsort
using stream manipulator uppercase
using template functions
using variable-length argument lists
Using virtual base classes
utility function demonstration
utility make

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