C++ from the Beginning

C++ from the Beginning

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q C++ From the Beginningqq covers the whole of the C++ language from simple basics to advanced language constructs. The emphasis is on building programming skills via examples and exercises, integrating object-oriented programming with object-oriented design while teaching the basics of the language. It is a book with a dual purpose: to teach the fundamental principles of good programming, and to provide an accessible and direct introduction to C++. It is ideal for beginners taking their first programming course, and for programmers with some experience requiring a thorough introduction to the C++ language. Since the publication of the first edition of this book in 1997, the ISO standard for C++ has been approved. This new edition of the book covers the ISO standard, which incorporates a library of utility classes called the STL (Standard Template Library) not previously included in the core of C++. This book describes these new classes as well as advanced topics such as exceptions, streams, templates and function objects. New to this edition The class string and the STL class vector are used in a natural way throughout the book Additional chapter on the new standard template library (STL) based on the ISO and ANSI standard of 1998 UML is now used in the chapter on object-oriented program development Borland C++ has been replaced with Microsoft's Visual C++ Three new appendices have been included Jan Skansholm is a lecturer in the Department of Computer Science at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden. He isthe author of the best-selling qAda95 from the Beginning, q and qJava from the Beginning, qNormally, a variable name is given to it. For example, the following call of get is not allowed: get(n+k); // Incorrect reference call A reference parameter must be used if an argument is to be changed in a function call. This may be necessary if anbsp;...

Title:C++ from the Beginning
Author:Jan Skansholm
Publisher:Pearson Education - 2002


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