C++ For Dummies
If you’ve thought of programmers as elite intelligentsia who possess expertise (and perhaps genes) the rest of us will never have, think again. C++ For Dummies, 5th Edition, debunks the myths, blasts the barriers, shares the secrets, and gets you started. In fact, by the end of Chapter 1, you’ll be able to create a C++ program. OK, it won’t be newest, flashiest video game, but it might be a practical, customized inventory control or record-keeping program.
Most people catch on faster when they actually DO something, so C++ For Dummies includes a CD-ROM that gives you all you need to start programming (except the guidance in the book, of course), including:
Written by Stephen Randy Davis, author of C++ Weekend Crash Course, C++ for Dummies, takes you through the programming process step-by-step. You’ll discover how to:
C++ for Dummies 5th Edition is updated for the newest ANSI standard to make sure you’re up to code.
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
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C++ remains a strong contender among object-oriented programming languages (see Computer Media, LJ 6/1/03), and updated guides are always useful. C++for Dummies assumes no previous programming ... Read full review
Really good book. Very easy to understand (Easy enough for beginners) but gets to the hard stuff at just the right pace to keep people who know a little hooked.
The only problem is where is the#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
int main (int nNumberofArgs, char* pszArgs)
cout << "Hello W0rld \n";
i mean really who does'nt do the Hello World, its like a pre- rec