C++ for Scientists, Engineers and Mathematicians
C++ is among the most powerful and popular of programming languages for applications. This is an adoptable textbook for undergraduate students who need to use this language for applications that are - in the main - numerical. Most engineering, phys ics, and mathematics degree courses include a computing element: this book should be used where C++ is the chosen language, already the majority of cases. The book is comprehensive and includes advanced features of the language, indicating where they ar e of special interest to the reader. No prior knowledge of C is assumed, and the book's bias towards numerical applications makes it unique in the field.
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The Lexical Basis of C++
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