C++ Demystified

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 17, 2004 - Computers - 368 pages

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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Contents

Chapter 1 How a C++ Program Works
1
Chapter 2 Memory and Data Types
21
Chapter 3 Variables
45
Chapter 4 Arithmetic Operators
65
if and switch Statements
83
Chapter 6 Nested if Statements and Logical Operators
109
Chapter 7 The For Loop
125
Chapter 8 While and Do While Loops
143
Chapter 10 Arrays
187
Chapter 11 Whats the Address? Pointers
213
Chapter 12 Character CString and C++ String Class Functions
243
File Input and Output
269
Structures and Classes
293
Final Exam
317
Answers to Quizzes and Final Exam
323
Index
339

Chapter 9 Functions
161

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Jeff Kent (Los Angeles) is a college instructor specializing in programming languages including Visual Basic, C++, and Java.

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