Learn C++ on the PC

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Addison-Wesley, 1994 - Computers - 425 pages
As always, bestselling author Dave Mark makes programming easy to understand with his clear, user-friendly writing style. After a brief refresher course in C, "Learn C++ on the PC" introduces the basic syntax of C++ and object-oriented programming. Then you'll learn how to write, edit, and compile your first C++ program through a series of programming projects that build on one another as new concepts are introduced. Key C++ concepts such as derived classes, operator overloading, and iostream functions are all covered in the author's easy-to-follow approach.

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Installing THIN
Introducing C++
Object Programming Basics

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About the author (1994)

Dave Mark is a long-time Mac developer and author and has written a number of books on Macintosh development, including Learn C on the Macintosh, The Macintosh Programming Primer series, and Ultimate Mac Programming. His blog can be found at www.davemark.com.

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