C++ for dummies
6th ed. ; Book and CD-ROM.
From the Back Cover: You too can program! Here's your step-by-step guide to the C++ language, including C++ 2009. C++ is still the standard for object-oriented languages, and this friendly guide covers everything you need to know and nothing you don't. It starts at the beginning, so you learn the basics of programming and C++ first. It's full of examples to show you how things work, and it even explains "why," so you understand how the pieces fit together. On good terms-learn programming lingo and what terms like object-oriented, compiler, and executable mean, so you can write a program right away. Bundle up-see how to bundle sections of your code into modules that can be reused in different programs. Class time-work with features of object-oriented programming such as classes, constructors, and destructors. Let your heir down-discover how the concept of inheritance is the key to effective C++ programming. A new assignment-work with assignment operators, streaming I/O, and other more advanced concepts. Bonus CD Includes: The Code::Blocks development environment; A full-service GNU C++ compiler; All source code from the book. Please see the CD appendix for details and complete system requirements. Open the book and find: What object-oriented programming means; How statements and expressions are used in programming; How to work with strings; What pointers are and how to use them; How to grasp abstract classes; How inheritance works; Some advanced features new to C++; Ten ways to avoid adding bugs to your programs.
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