C++ complete: a reference and tutorial to the proposed C++ standard

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Wiley, Nov 7, 1994 - Computers - 486 pages
This combined tutorial and reference uses a unique approach to learning C++. Introduces object-oriented programming concepts along with C++ language, allowing programmers to utilize C++ as it was intended and not just as an extension of C. Provides a compact, detailed description of the program elements and syntax in understandable form. Each section contains explanatory examples of how to use specific features of C++ and every chapter concludes with a fully-worked example illustrating the use of the features covered. The chapter on Class Design includes a 25-page worked example of a complete yet concise class implementation.

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Contents

C++ Features
5
C++ Program Elements
13
Expressions
29
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

A native of New Zealand, ANTHONY RUDD is a technical consultant with DATEV eG, based in Furth, Germany.

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