C++ Primer for C Programmers

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McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Computers - 358 pages
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Discover all the power of C++ in object-oriented design with the new edition of this best-selling guide! The book offers you a complete, step-by-step introduction to C++ programming and object-oriented analysis and design techniques. You'll learn about the similarities and differences between C and C++, including source code naming conventions, fundamental data types, classes and derived classes, and operators and expressions. Complex C++ topics are explained in simple terms and illustrated by multiple examples, with all sample code followed by its output. The Second Edition of this essential reference now features proven strategies for identifying and solving common design problems, rapid advances in object-oriented design techniques, sample object-oriented program designs, and handy appendices with C++ syntax and OOP programming terminology.

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Contents

IntroductionComparison to C
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Similarities and Differences between C and C
17
C Standards for Tokens and Control Structures
41
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Zamir, Independent Consultant, Englewood, New Jersey.

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