Object-Oriented Programing in C++ – Robert Lafore – 4th Edition


Programming in C++, 4th edtion, begins with the of the C++ programming language and systematically introduces increasingly advanced topics while illustrating the OOP methodology.

While the structure of this 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.

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The Fourth Edition is updated and revised to include more UML coverage, inter-file communication, and use-cases to explain software . The book covers object-oriented programming through task-oriented examples and figures to conceptualize the techniques and approaches used. It also contains and exercises to reinforce the concepts have learned.

Table of Content

A Note to Teachers.
1. The Big Picture.
2. C++ Programming Basics.
3. Loops and Decisions.
4. Structures.
5. Functions.
6. Objects and Classes.
7. Arrays and Strings.
8. Operator Overloading.
9. Inheritance.
10. Pointers.
11. Virtual Functions and Other Subtleties.
12. Streams and Files.
13. Multifile Programs.
14. Templates and Exceptions.
15. The Standard Template Library.
16. Object-Oriented Software Development.

Appendix A: ASCII Table.
Appendix B: Standard C++ Keywords.
Appendix C: Microsoft Visual C++.
Appendix D: Borland C++ Builder.
Appendix E: Console Graphics Lite.
Appendix F: STL Algorithms and Member Functions.
Appendix G: Answers to Questions and Exercises


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