C++ for Pascal programmers
This unique book is designed to train Pascal programmers to think and develop programs in C++. The first three chapters lay a foundation for C++ by demonstrating basic C concepts and showing how elements of Pascal are translated to C. Each succeeding chapter offers new C++ concepts, which are amply illustrated with examples of working code. This edition adheres to the ANSI C++ standard and includes two chapters on its new features, templates, and exception handling. Object-oriented programming methodologies, which are integrated throughout, demonstrate the power and elegance of C++ as a programming paradigm.
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objectoriented style Chapter 1 An Overview of C++ and ObjectOri
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