Borland C++ 4 by example

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Que, Apr 1, 1994 - Computers - 750 pages
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Written for the beginning programmer who has no prior experience with other languages or development processes, this book presents the basic concepts of programming along with a clear explanation of the key development tools that are a part of the Borland C++ package. Includes liberal use of three levels of examples to help reinforce tutorial explanations.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Introduction to C++4
7
The Borland C++ Environment
15
C++ Programs
25
Running a Program
37
Variables and Constants
51
Character Strings and Character
75
Summary
83
Array Processing
391
Multidimensional Arrays
411
Multidimensional Arrays
415
Pointers
429
Pointers and Arrays
441
Structures
463
Arrays of Structures
481
Sequential Files
497

Preprocessor Directives
85
Simple Input and Output
101
C++ Operators
121
The Order of Precedence
128
Mixing Data Types in Calculations
138
Logical Operators
161
Additional C++ Operators
173
Bitwise Operators
185
while Loops
203
for Loops
227
break and continue
247
The switch and goto Statements
259
Writing C++ Functions
279
Variable Scope
295
Passing Values
315
Function Return Values and Prototypes
329
Device and Character IO
345
Character String and Numeric Functions
359
Numeric Functions
366
Review Exercises
372
Arrays
375
RandomAccess Files
513
Objects and Classes
527
Data Hiding and the Public Interface
543
Summary
550
Class Inheritance
553
Polymorphism
565
Introduction to ObjectWindows Library 2 0
575
Handling Applications Windows and Events
589
Windows under OWL
595
Summary
604
Controls Gadgets and Dialog Boxes
607
A Memory Addressing Binary
641
Binary Numbers
647
Why Learn Hexadecimal?
654
B Answers to Review Questions
657
ASCII Table
675
C++ Precedence Table
685
F The Mailing List Application
703
Glossary
711
Index
723
Copyright

About the author (1994)

Potts received his B.S. in Information and Computer Science at Georgia Tech in 1982. He is an independent Java instructor in Atlanta.

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