Introduction to Programming with C++

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Prentice Hall, 2010 - Computers - 674 pages
This solid foundation in the basics of C++ programming will allow readers to create efficient, elegant code ready for any production environment. KEY TOPICS: Introduction to Computers, Programs, and C++; Elementary Programming; Selections; Loops; Function Basics; Advanced Function Features; Single-Dimensional Arrays; Multidimensional Arrays; Objects and Classes; Class Design; Pointers and Dynamic Memory Management; Templates and Vectors; File I/O; Operator Overloading; Inheritance and Polymorphism; Exception Handling; Recursion; Algorithm Efficiency; Sorting; Linked Lists, Stacks, and Queues. The following bonus chapters are on the book's Web site: Binary Search Trees; STL Containers; STL Algorithms; Graphs and Applications; Weighted Graphs and Applications; AVL Trees and Splay Trees. MARKET: Ideal for beginning programmers.

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Focuses on practice by giving as much example programs as possible.

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PART 1
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Supplements
14
Exception Handling
16
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Y. Daniel Liang is the author and editor of the Prentice Hall Liang Java Series. His innovative Java texts have been adopted by many universities throughout the world. Dr. Liang is currently a Yamacraw professor of software engineering in the School of Computing at Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Georgia.

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