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Developing Projects Using C++ by Jo Ann…

Developing Projects Using C++

by Jo Ann Smith

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This lab manual is designed for students in an introductory C++ programming course. It is written to accompany any introductory C++ text. The manual provides a condensed review of important topics, along with an assortment of laboratory programming projects and exercises. Each section provides the instructor with a choice of paper and pencil exercises and small programming problems that reinforce the topic covered in the section. The end-of-section programming projects ask students to add functionality to an existing C++ program or to enhance the performance of an existing C++ program, and/or find syntax errors and logic errors in existing C++ programs. End-of-unit projects are larger in scale, and many are written to build on one another. By the end of the course, a student will have completed a rather large programming project. Other projects are stand-alone and several will be group projects in which several students will work on the solution as a team.

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