A Complete Guide to Programming in C++ – Ulla Kirch-Prinz, Peter Prinz – 1st Edition

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A Guide to was written for both interested in the C++ programming language from scratch, and for advanced C++ programmers wishing to enhance their of C++.

The chapters are organized to guide the reader from elementary language concepts to professional , with in-depth coverage of all the C++ language elements ‘en route.’ The order in which these elements are discussed reflects the goal of helping students create useful programs every step of the way.

Table of Content


Chapter 1 Fundamentals
Chapter 2 Fundamental Types, Constants, and Variables
Chapter 3 Using Functions and Classes
Chapter 4 Input and Output with Streams
Chapter 5 Operators for Fundamental Types
Chapter 6 Control Flow
Chapter 7 Symbolic Constants and Macros
Chapter 8 Converting Arithmetic Types
Chapter 9 The Standard Class string
Chapter 10 Functions
Chapter 11 Storage Classes and Namespaces
Chapter 12 References and Pointers
Chapter 13 Defining Classes
Chapter 14 Methods
Chapter 15 Member Objects and Static Members
Chapter 16 Arrays
Chapter 17 Arrays and Pointers
Chapter 18 Fundamentals for File Input and Output
Chapter 19 Overloading Operators
Chapter 20 Type Conversions for Classes
Chapter 21 Dynamic Memory Allocation
Chapter 22 Dynamic Members
Chapter 23 Inheritance
Chapter 24 Type Conversion in Class Hierarchies
Chapter 25 Polymorphism
Chapter 26 Abstract Classes
Chapter 27 Multiple Inheritance
Chapter 28 Exception Handling
Chapter 29 More about Files
Chapter 30 More about Pointers
Chapter 31 Manipulation Bits
Chapter 32 Templates
Chapter 33 Containers

Appendix
Index

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