C++ Programming Today, 2/E presents the C++ language and object-oriented theory in an easy-to-read, comprehensive text. Written in an informal style, it guides the student from beginning programming through complex object-oriented techniques. The text has a large variety of program examples along with easy-to-understand figures, summary reference tables, and appendices. The text is filled with practical programming information including style guidance, debugging, multi-file program construction, and real-world, commonsense programming advice. Extensively classroom tested during development, the text incorporates the excellent student feedback and suggestions the author received. In addition, Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition is packaged with the text, providing students with an excellent development tool for learning object-oriented programming.
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Barbara Johnston is a faculty member in the Business and Information Technology Division of Central New Mexico Community College. At the college, she is program chair for Computer Programming and Database Technology programs. She teaches C++, Java, OpenGL, and Windows programming courses. Ms Johnston also supports the software development staff of Rapid Imaging Software, Inc. by writing Java and C++ applications. Before joining the faculty of CNM, she was a software engineer and engineering manager for Rockwell International Corporation working mainly on scientific visualization and data modeling projects. Ms. Johnston earned a MS in Electrical Engineering, MA in Mathematics Education, and BS in Biology, from the University of New Mexico. Her other text books include the C++ Programming Today 1st Ed and Java Programming Today.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0138135835