C++ For Dummies
Enter the world of computer programming with this step-by-step guide to the C++ language! C++ is a great introduction to object-oriented programming, and this friendly guide covers everything you need to know and nothing you don’t. You’ll write your first program by the end of Chapter 1.
C++ For Dummies, 6th Edition, helps you understand C++ programming from the ground up. It’s full of examples to show you how things work, and it even explains “why”, so you understand how the pieces fit together. And the bonus CD includes a special code editor, an update GNU compiler, and all source code from the book to save you time.
You’ll discover ten ways to avoid adding bugs to your programs, what pointers are and how to use them, how to work with strings, and some advanced features new to C++. C++ For Dummies, 6th Edition gets you up and running with this popular object-oriented language.
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This book taught me some basic c++ in about 3-4 weeks (I am a fast reader) and really well. I can't say much more because that's really it. It's just a great book. If you are trying to learn c++, START HERE
While I knew a ton from previous C++ tutorials and books, this particular book became very difficult to understand, very quickly.
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Writing Your First C++ Program
Declaring Variables Constantly
Performing Mathematical Operations
Performing Logical Operations
Controlling Program Flow
Becoming a Functional C++ Programmer
Storing Sequences in Arrays
Static Members Can Fabric Softener Help?
Inheriting a Class
Examining Virtual Member Functions Are They for Real?
A New Assignment Operator Should You Decide to Accept It
Using Stream IO
Taking a First Look at C++ Pointers
Taking a Second Look at C++ Pointers
The C++ Preprocessor
Introduction to Classes
Examining ObjectOriented Programming
Adding Class to C++
Point and Stare at Objects
Protecting Members Do Not Disturb
Why Do You Build Me Up Just to Tear Me Down Baby?
Making Constructive Arguments
Copying the Copy Copy Copy Constructor