C++ Programmerʿs Companion: Designing, Testing, and Debugging

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Addison-wesley Publishing Company, 1993 - Computers - 694 pages
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Although C++ is quickly becoming the PC programmer's language of choice, it is a difficult language to master. This is a complete guide to designing, testing, and debugging C++ programs and it also shows C++ programmers how to construct efficient and well-crafted programs. The book discusses object-oriented programming, C++ syntax, and specific traps and pitfalls encountered by the C++ programmer.

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Designing C++Programs
Writing C++ Programs
C++ Traps and Pitfalls

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Stephen Randy Davis is a software consultant and instructor with Valtech, Inc. He wrote Windows(R) 95 Programming For Dummies(R) and the previous editions of C++ For Dummies(R).

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