An introduction to C++ programming that uses an object-oriented approach, this text assumes little or no programming experience. It includes a comprehensive coverage of computer science concepts, software engineering practices, programming pitfalls, and object-oriented methods.
This is the Second Edition of a best-selling introduction to C++ programming text that uses an object-oriented approach to teach C++ programming. Since this text assumes little or no programming experience, these well-known authors include comprehensive coverage of computer science concepts, software engineering practices, programming pitfalls, and object-oriented methods.
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1. Introduction to Computers and C++ Programming 2. Control Structures 3. Functions 4. Arrays 5. Pointers and Strings 6. Classes and Data Abstraction 7. Classes: Part II 8. Operator Overloading 9. Inheritance 10. Virtual Functions and Polymorphism 11. C++ Stream Input/Output 12. Templates 13. Exception Handling 14. File Processing 15. Data Structures 16. Bits, Characters, Strings and Structures 17. The Preprocessor 18. C Legacy Code Topics 19. Class String and String Stream Processing 20. Standard Template Library (STL) 21. ANS/ISO C++ Standard Language Additions Appendix A: Operator Precedence Chart Appendix B: ASCII Character Set Appendix C: Number Systems Appendix D: C++ Internet and Web Resources Bibliography Index
C++ How to Program by Harvey M. Deitel
Harvey M. Deitel
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