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This hands-on introduction to C++ programming uses a learn-by-example method. With more than 400 examples that are short and easily understood at first viewing, the book serves as the student's classroom notes, tutorial, and reference. LEARNING C++ employs a careful and steady progression of skills and concepts, going beyond the level of detail of most C++ books. The first five chapters show the reader how to make a smooth transition from C to C++, including explanations of iostream methods, default function arguments, reference variables, and heap management. From here classes are introduced, leading into more advanced topics such as operator overloading, inheritance, polymorphism, templates, and runtime type identification.
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Eric Nagler received his B.A. in mathematics from the University of Michigan and quickly became a computer programmer for the federal government. He started teaching at a local community college in 1980 and has spoken at several C++ conferences. Eric has taught C, C++, and Java around the country. He is currently employed by Lawrence Technological University and ITT Tech.
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