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In keeping with the success of the previous edition, An Introduction to Programming with C++, Second Edition provides a thorough introduction to programming using C++ as the illustrative language. Users are guided through task-driven tutorials and learn to plan and create applications in C++ through hands-on projects and extensive end-of chapter exercises. Each tutorial now stresses the importance of planning and desk-checking and includes more emphasis on string classes throughout. Lessons now offer charts to compare C++ syntax with Java and Visual Basic so users can see how programming concepts can be applied to other languages. This new edition also includes coverage of the ANSI standards for C++. Users will be motivated by realistic case scenarios and our proven step-by-step methodology will prepare individuals to become successful programmers.
Table of Contents
|Overview: An Overview of a Microcomputer System|
|An Introduction to Control Structures|
|Beginning the Problem-Solving Process|
|Completing the Problem-Solving Process and Getting Started with C++|
|Variables, Constants, Arithmetic Operators, and Assignment Statements|
|Program-Defined Value-Returning Functions|
|Program-Defined Void Functions|
|The Selection Structure|
|More on the Selection Structure|
|The Repetition Structure|
|Manipulating Characters and Strings|
|Classes and Objects|
|Sequential Access Files|
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