Course Ilt C

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Thomson/Course Technology, Sep 11, 2004 - Computers - 512 pages
This ILT Series course covers basic programming concepts and teaches students how to build a program using the C++ .NET programming language. Students will learn the differences between low-level and high-level languages. They will also learn how to use C++ to program variables, constants, control structures, value-returning and void functions, selection structures, loops, and arrays. Students will learn how to build, execute, and debug a C++ program, as well as how to implement sequential access files and access data from a database. This course also covers object-oriented programming concepts, such as classes and objects. The manual is designed for quick scanning in the classroom and filled with interactive exercises that help ensure student success.

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Contents

Control structures
2-2
Problem solving
3-1
Programming basics
4-1
Copyright

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