Schaum's Outline of Fundamentals of Computing with C++

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McGraw-Hill Education, May 22, 1998 - Study Aids - 368 pages
This powerful study tool is the best tutor you can have if you want top grades and thorough understanding of the fundamentals of computing with C++, the computing language taught at 83% of all colleges. This student-friendly study guide leads you step-by-step through the entire computer science course, giving you 420 problems with fully worked solutions and easy-to-follow examples for every new topic. You get complete explanations of data abstraction, recursion, Standard C++ container classes, searching, sorting algorithms, and other complex concepts, simplified and illustrated so they're easy to grasp. You also get additional practice problems to solve on your own, working at your own speed. This superb study guide covers the entire course, from logic to libraries. If you're taking introduction to computer science, this book will be your best friend. It's perfect for independent study, too!

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About the author (1998)

JOHN R> HUBBARD is professor of mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Richmond. He received his Ph.D from the University of Michigan (1973) and has been a member of the richmond faculty since 1983.His primary interests are in numerial algorithms and database systems. Dr. Hubbard is the author of severalother books, including Schaum's Outline of programming with C++, Schaum's Outline of Fumdamentals of Computing with C++, Schaum,s Outline of Data Structure with C++, and Schaum's Outline of Data Structures with Java.

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