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C by Example: "UnderC" Learning Edition

by Steve Donovan

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C++ by Example includes 'UnderC,' an open-source language interpreter developed by the author, which shows the result of each new programming technique instantly, allowing novices to experiment in a more dynamic learning environment. The book starts with the fundamentals of the language, including expressions, variables, functions, and definitions and then covers the most common C++ features includingOrganizing data with ArraysStandard Algorithms and ContainersUsing Libraries within C++ programsGoing beyond Arrays with StructuresUsing PointersManipulating data using Operators

The second half of the book covers OOP, including Classes, Inheritance, Encapsulation, and more. The final chapters include useful command and library references and appendices covering the preprocessor and freeware C++ compilers.

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