Object-oriented Programming in C++

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Sams, 2002 - Computers - 1012 pages
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Object-Oriented Programming in C++ begins with the basic principles of the C++ programming language and systematically introduces increasingly advanced topics while illustrating the OOP methodology. While the structure of this book is similar to that of the previous edition, each chapter reflects the latest ANSI C++ standard and the examples have been thoroughly revised to reflect current practices and standards.

Educational Supplement

Suggested solutions to the programming projects found at the end of each chapter are made available to instructors at recognized educational institutions. This educational supplement can be found at www.prenhall.com, in the Instructor Resource Center.

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amazing book .....each and every example of it will be engraved in your mind forever in least time than other shit book ...take my words

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This book one of the most useful books that ever made in the C++ for beginners

Contents

The Big Picture
C++ Programming Basics
Loops and Decisions
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About the author (2002)

Robert Lafore has been writing books about computer programming since 1982. His best- selling titles include Assembly Language Programming for the IBM PC, C Programming Using Turbo C++, C++ Interactive Course, and Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Mr. Lafore holds degrees in mathematics and electrical engineering, and has been active in programming since the days of the PDP-5, when 4K of main memory was considered luxurious. His interests include hiking, windsurfing, and recreational mathematics.

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