Object-oriented Programming: Using C++ for Engineering and Technology

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Cengage Learning, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 506 pages
Ideal for intermediate or advanced programmers, Object-Oriented Programming Using C++ for Engineering encourages users to adopt a pure object-oriented approach to problem solving. Introductory chapters of this how-to and reference manual discuss C++ enhancements to procedural programming in C, highlighting similarities and differences between these two languages to minimize the learning curve. Drawing from a rich collection of practical engineering technology examples, the remaining chapters of the book engage readers in an in-depth examination of essential object-oriented programming concepts. Every chapter features many sample programs, end-of-chapter review problems, programming projects, and real-world case studies to promote learning and aid readers in developing new and useful C++ skills. Moreover, all information is based on the latest C++ standards as defined by ANSI/ISO, making this book an indispensable how-to manual, long-lasting reference and handy sourcebook for programmers of all abilities.
 

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Contents

POINTERS REFERENCES
59
INTRODUCTION
60
CLASSES AND OBJECTS
105
ADVANCED TOPICS
149
INHERITANCE
241
composition
277
POLYMORPHISM AND VIRTUAL FUNCTIONs
319
TEnplates
364
QUESTIONS
473
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Seneca College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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