This introduction to the first version of the C++ language to have a true compiler assumes some knowledge of programming (BASIC or PASCAL), but no knowledge of C or C++. The text explains how to program efficiently without recourse to tricks, and describes the structure of C++ - variables, statements, pointers, arrays, classes, libraries, constructors and destructors. The author also demonstrates how the C++ compiler and linker work, and covers such advanced topics as overloading, compiler options and debugging with CodeView.
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Book Description Sigma Pr, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1850581665