C++ Demystified

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 26, 2004 - Computers - 368 pages
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Minimal technical jargon, step-by-step discussions, and quizzes at the end of each chapter make this an easy-to-understand guide to C++ programming. Quickly learn what a programming language is and the anatomy of C++, then jump right into creating your own programs with expert guidance. Discover functions, objects, compilers, linkers, and much more along the way. For the fast and easy way to understanding the fundamentals of C++, this is the resource you need.

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User Review  - Serge Pierro - Goodreads

The "Demystified" series of book are excellent introductions to the relevant topic covered. This book is no exception. It teaches all of the basic skill sets necessary to understanding and programming in C++. Read full review

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User Review  - Lubena Amen - Goodreads

I am reading this book on my own, to see if I can learn some programming. So far, I have picked up on a lot. This book is very detailed in step by step instructions, so far. Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS AT A GLANCE
CHAPTER 6
Memory and Data Types 21
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Jeff Kent is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Los Angeles Valley College in Valley Glen, California.

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