Object-oriented Programming in C++
This introduction to object-oriented programming in C++ demonstrates how to implement object-oriented design in C++. It covers current features such as: templates, multiple inheritance, C++ streams and exception handling. Features include: assertions and program correctness; sample applications; and end-of-chapter sections which discuss common programming errors.
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