C++ for Engineers and Scientists, Volume 1

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PWS Pub., 1999 - Computers - 862 pages
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With C++ gaining a stronghold in the engineering and scientific communities, Bronson's book makes C++ accessible to first level engineering students. Featuring a wealth of practical, engineering-oriented examples and applications, the book teaches the fundamentals of the C++ language with a gradual refinement of programming skills from a procedural to an object orientation. Part One presents procedural programming with an emphasis on modular program design, and helps readers understand the importance of writing programs that can be easily modified and maintained. Part Two on object-oriented programming and Part Three on data structures are interchangeable for teaching flexibility. Problem solving techniques, software engineering, and completed applications are emphasized throughout.

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Contents

Introduction
2
Problem Solving Using C++
7
I
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Dr. Gary J. Bronson is a Professor of Information Systems at Fairleigh Dickinson University, where he has twice been voted Teacher of the Year. Dr. Bronson has worked as a senior project engineer at Lockheed Electronics, has been an invited instructor and consultant to Bell Laboratories, and has served as a software consultant to a number of Wall Street financial firms. He has also authored several successful programming textbooks on C, C++, and Java as well as articles on teaching Excel using incrementally reinforcing case studies.

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