C++ for Artists: The Art, Philosophy, and Science of Object-oriented Programming

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Pulp Free Press, 2003 - Computers - 590 pages
C++ For Artists The Art, Philosophy, and Science of Object-Oriented Programming takes a refreshing and sometimes controversial approach to the complex topic of object-oriented programming and the C++ language. Intended as both a classroom and reference t

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