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by Al Stevens

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teach yourself®... C++ Fifth Edition This acknowledged classic programmer's book will teach you how to write more effective programs using C++. Living up to its reputation as a helpful how-to for every level of programming skill, this book demonstrates the hows and whys of C++ program design in an accessible, informative style. Teach Yourself®... C++, Fifth Edition helps you understand the differences between function-oriented and object-oriented programming and shows you how to use C++ to combine both paradigms. Author Al Stevens provides concise, easy-to follow tutorials that make learning C++ fast and easy. Get a solid foundation in such valuable concepts as default function arguments, variable declarations, inline functions, and global scope resolutions. Learn about the Free Store, the this pointer, class inheritance, and C++ input/output streams. For instructive reading and reliable spot reference, this is a must-have book for beginner and expert programmer alike. Thoroughly revised and updated to the latest ANSI standard C++ Teaches the entire C++ language, including the C subset Comprehensive treatment of object-oriented programming in C++ Covers the Standard Template Library and proposed Standard C++ Includes several hundred fully working example programs that compile and run with any Standard C++ compliant compiler system CD includes all source code and Quincy 97- a complete Windows 95-hosted compiler and development environment to compile, run, and debug exercise programs http://www.idgbooks.com… (more)
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