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Introductory programming books for C ++ exist aplenty. But many-probably the great majority-are "introductory" only in the sense that they do not assume knowledge of C ++ specifically. They usually assume that you've programmed in another language before, preferably in several.

This book does not make that assumption. All that's required is that you're comfortable with a computer and that you've run applications such as a word processor or e-mail reader. Once you narrow the available C ++ texts down to those that require no programming experience at all, there's a much smaller group of books from which to choose.

Volume 470 p.

Publisher Prentice Hall

Format: .pdf files


Table of contents

Chapter 1 Your First C ++ Programs 1

Chapter 2 Decisions, Decisions 33

Chapter 3 The Handy, All-Purpose "for" Statement 65

Chapter 4 Functions: Many Are Called 81

Chapter 5 Arrays: We've Got Their Number 111

Chapter 6 Pointers: Getting a Handle on Data 139

Chapter 7 Strings: Analyzing the Text 163

Chapter 8 Files: Electronic Storage 197

Chapter 9 Some Advanced Programming Techniques 219

Chapter 10 Getting Yourself Object Oriented 245

Chapter 11 The Fraction Class 261

Chapter 12 Constructors: If You Build It. . . 291

Chapter 13 Operator Functions: Doing It with Class 313

Chapter 14 What's "new": The StringParser Class 343

Chapter 15 What's "this": The String Class 363

Chapter 16 Inheritance: What a Legacy 385

Chapter 17 Polymorphism: Object Independence 413

Appendix A C ++ Operators 435

Appendix B Intrinsic Data Types 439

Appendix C C ++ Syntax Summary 441

Appendix D ASCII Codes 451

Appendix E Common Library Functions 453

Appendix F Glossary of Terms 459

Index 469

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