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Ideal for a lab setting, the lab manual for C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design, Fourth Edition, includes numerous hands-on exercises for additional student practice. Designed to accompany the first 17 chapters of D.S. Malik's C++ programming text, this lab manual offers an applied approach for tackling difficult introductory programming topics.
Table of Contents
|An Overview of Computers and Programming Languages|
|Basic Elements of C++|
|Control Structures I (Selection)|
|Control Structures II (Repetition)|
|User-Defined Function I|
|User-Defined Functions II|
|Namespaces, the class string, and User-Defined Simple Data Types|
|Applications of Arrays and the class vector|
|Classes and Data Abstraction|
|Inheritance and Composition|
|Pointers, Classes, and Virtual Functions|
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