Suitable for readers in any technological field, this all-in-one reference describes the C and C++ programming languages -- by example -- to both experienced and inexperienced programmers alike. Covers in detail topics such as C/C++ Fundamentals; Functions; Relational, Bitwise, and Boolean Operations; Looping and Recursion; Pointers; Strings; Numeric Arrays; Data Structures; Disk I/O; and Classes and Objects. Uses more than 60 figures to illustrate the necessary concepts and featuring over 80 tested and working programs. Provides a companion diskette with the C/C++ source code files for all of the programs presented in the book. For beginning and experienced programmers who want to learn to program in C/C++.DATaquot; ) ; // Close the created file. new_f ile . close ( ) ; } Program 9.10 starts by creating a file object that is of a data type called of stream: ofstream new_file; // This is the file object. This is a class type defined in most versions of C++. Next, theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reference Guide to C and C++|
|Author||:||James L. Antonakos, Kenneth C. Mansfield|