Interfacing with C++: Programming Real-World Applications

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Springer Science & Business Media, May 14, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 489 pages
The aim of this chapter is to get you started in writing C++ programs. We will develop a number of simple C++ programs and learn the syntax and typography associated with writing a program. One of the basic building blocks of any C++ program is the so-called function. This chapter will explain the basic concepts behind C++ functions and their use. The C++ language has built-in fundamental data types that can be used to develop complex user-written data types. Some of the fundamental data types will be explained in this chapter. Towards the end of the chapter we will step through the complete program development process; starting from planning a small program down to using the elements of program development software needed to generate a program that can be run on your computer. We will commence with the use of non-object-oriented programming methods because these programs are simpler to understand at this early stage. Object-oriented programming concepts will be explained in Chapter 4 and then used extensively through the remainder of the text.
 

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Contents

GETTING STARTED
1
PARALLEL PORT BASICS AND INTERFACING
23
TESTING THE PARALLEL PORT
35
THE OBJECTORIENTED APPROACH
57
DIGITALTOANALOG CONVERSION
105
DRIVING LEDS
147
DRIVING MOTORS DC STEPPER 197
196
PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT TECHNIQUES
273
10
304
331
332
12
364
13
399
CIRCUIT CONSTRUCTION
432
INTERFACE BOARD BILL OF MATERIALS
476
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