A concise introduction to the C++ programming language. Key concepts and techniques are introduced in their logical order. The short, yet representative program used demonstrates the ability of C++ classes to capture knowledge about naturally-occurring categories.
This book is a concise, yet clear introduction to the C++ programming language. Practicing programmers can use this book to learn the essentials of the language without a lot of time-consuming overhead. Key concepts and techniques are learned in their natural order as features are added to a short, yet representative C++ program. Also available: On to C and On to Java.
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Well-known author Patrick Henry Winston teaches computer science and directs the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at theMassachusetts Institute of Technology.
Table of Contents
*How This Book Teaches You the Language *How to Compile and Run a Simple Program *How to Declare Variables *How to Write Arithmetic Expressions *How to Write Statements that Read Information From Your Keyboard *How to Define Simple Functions *How to Benefit from Procedure Abstraction *How to Work with Local and Global Variables *How to Create Classes and Objects *How to Define Member Functions *How to Define Constructor Member Functions *How to Define Reader and Writer Member Functions *How to Benefit from Data Abstraction *How to Protect Member Variables from Harmful Reference *How to Define Classes that Inherit Variables and Functions *How to Design Classes and Class Hierarchies *How to Perform Tests Using Numerical Predicates *How to Write One-Way and Two-Way Conditional Statements *How to Combine Boolean Expressions *How to Write Iteration Statements *How to Process Data Flows *How to Write Recursive Functions *How to Solve Definition Ordering Problems with Functions *How to Work with Arrays of Numbers *How to Work with Arrays of Class Objects *How to Create File Streams for Input and Output *How to Create New Class Objects at Run Time *How to Store Pointers of Class Objects *How to Write Programs that Find Member Functions at Run Time
On to C++ by Patrick Henry Winston
Patrick Henry Winston
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