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An Introduction to Programming with C++, Fifth Edition is the latest C++ offering from Diane Zak. This book is distinct from other textbooks because of its unique approach, which motivates students by demonstrating why they need to learn the concepts and skills presented. Each chapter contains a Concept Lesson introducing one or more programming concepts and an Application Lesson containing five labs that help students master the content taught in the Concept Lesson. Also new in this edition of the book is a third lesson on .NET in which students learn how to use .NET C++ commands. This edition uses How To boxes to summarize important concepts and provide a quick reference for students. A Key Terms section has been added to the end of each Concept Lesson. The text also includes extensive end-of-chapter material, including Discovery and Debugging Exercises.
Table of Contents
|An Introduction to Programming|
|Beginning the Problem-Solving Process|
|Completing the Problem-Solving Process and Getting Started with C++|
|Variables, Constants, and Arithmetic Operators|
|The Selection Structure|
|More on the Selection Structure|
|The Repetition Structure|
|More on Repetition Structure|
|Sequential Access Files|
|Classes and Objects|
|Using Visual Studio 2005|
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