Engaged Learning for Programming in C++: A Laboratory Course

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2000 - Computers - 365 pages
Engaged Learning for Programming in C++: A Laboratory Course takes an interactive, learn-by-doing approach to programming, giving students the ability to discover and learn programming through a no-frills, hands-on learning experience. In each laboratory exercise, students create programs that apply a particular language feature and problem solving technique. As they create these programs, they learn how C++ works and how it can be applied. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is addressed within numerous laboratory activities.
 

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Contents

Getting Your Feet Wet 1
Analysis ExerciseError Analysis 17
C++ Program Elements II 37
Selection 53
File IO and Streams 77
Iteration I 101
Functions I 147
Arrays and the apvector Class 169
TwoDimensional Arrays and the apmatrix Class 213
Structures 227
Searching and Sorting 243
Creating Classes 265
ObjectOriented Programming Project 307
Advanced Class Concepts 349
Analysis ExerciseUsing Overloading and Inheritance 363
Copyright

Strings and the aps tring Class 195

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