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Mastering C++ Programming

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 362
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Palgrave Master Series (Computing)

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Paperback - 9780333731796

18 June 1998

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Ebook - 9781349147953

22 December 2015

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This book introduces the fundamental constructs of C++ and provides a gentle introduction to the ideas of object oriented programming. It is important to understand the basics of both these approaches to program...

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This book introduces the fundamental constructs of C++ and provides a gentle introduction to the ideas of object oriented programming. It is important to understand the basics of both these approaches to program design.Written in an easy-to-follow style, this book is well illustrated and contains many practical exercises. It is suitable for individual study or classroom use and will be of value to those new to programming and to existing programmers wishing to make the switch to C++.

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A comprehensive introduction to one of the most popular computer languages
Provides examples of functional design and objectoriented design
Contains many practical exercises
Ideal for those new to programming as well as for the professional
Easy to follow, and highly illustrated throughout

Introduction.- A Quick Review of C.- Some C++ Enhancements.- Functions Again.- C++ Classes.- Getting into Classes.- Towards Inheritance.- Stream Input and Output.- Object Oriented Design.- Appendix 1 Solutions to Selected Exercises.- Appendix 2 Glossary: Object Oriented Terminology.- Index.
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W. ARTHUR CHAPMAN is Senior Lecturer in Computing and Mathematics at Edinburgh Telford College. He has taught programming using a variety of languages, and has been involved in computer training for business and industry.

WILLIAM BUCHANAN, the series editor, is Senior Lecturer at Napier University. He is also an experienced author who has written a number of computing books. He acts as a consultant, and is a founding partner of Real-Time Technologies, a start-up company within Napier University.

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W. ARTHUR CHAPMAN is Senior Lecturer in Computing and Mathematics at Edinburgh Telford College. He has taught programming using a variety of languages, and has been involved in computer training for business and industry.

WILLIAM BUCHANAN, the series editor, is Senior Lecturer at Napier University. He is also an experienced author who has written a number of computing books. He acts as a consultant, and is a founding partner of Real-Time Technologies, a start-up company within Napier University.

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