The all-in-one reference that gets you comfortable with object-oriented methods and up and running doing C++ programming. Written for C programmers migrating to C++, this book covers Borland C++, Turbo C++, and Visual C++ and teaches encapsulation, inheritance, and ploymorphism. Features "What, Why and How Does It Work" chapter sections.
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C++ for Dummies, like all of the Dummies books, is an exercise in edutainment. The book is littered with cartoons, one-liners, cute symbols, checklists, and hints. Beneath all of the fun, author Stephen Davis provides a handy road map of C++ complete with warning signs to help beginners avoid stylistic and conceptual mistakes. The book contains useful pointers for programmers who use Microsoft and Borland C++ compilers and highlights some of the nonstandard features of these compilers. C++ for Dummies is full of apt metaphors that bring some of the more difficult-to-grasp concepts to life.From the Back Cover:
The features of C++ programming are like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Understanding how they fit together is important. C++ For Dummies, 2nd Edition, shows beginners and experts useful tips on how to get a better grasp of the C++ language. Unlike other C++ programming books, this handy reference considers the "why" just as important as the "how." This down-to-earth guide also includes a review of the C language in case your knowledge of C is rusty.
Inside, find helpful advice on how to:
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Book Description Hungry Minds Inc, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1st. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1568841639
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