C++ for Engineers and Scientists
Bronson's second edition makes C++ accessible to first-level engineering students. The book teaches the fundamentals of the C++ language with a gradual refinement of programming skills from procedural to object-oriented. Part One presents procedural programming with an emphasis on modular program design. Part Two, on object-oriented programming, and Part Three, on data structures, are interchangeable to allow for teaching flexibility. In addition, students are introduced to the fundamentals of software engineering with an emphasis on problem-solving techniques, making the text an ideal choice for both one- and two-semester C++ programming courses.
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