C++ Programming with Applications in Administration, Finance, and Statistics
p>Object-oriented programming has been the most dramatic innovation in software development in the last decade. It offers a powerful way to cope with the complexity of programs. C++ is by far the most popular object-oriented language.This book gives a complete introduction to C++ and object-oriented programming. Additionally, it provides a large collection of C++ programs which are useful in finance, administration and statistics. The book contains more than 20 fully developed classes and more than 200 ready-to-run programs. The Standard Template Library is also included.
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