Inside the Object Model serves two key functions: it teaches object-oriented analysis and design from first principles and clearly explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts. Drawing on nearly ten years of programming and teaching experience, Papurt thoroughly describes the relationship between the basic principles and concerns of object modeling and the C++ programming language. Each chapter uses independent examples to illustrate key concepts described in the text and features helpful icons that clearly identify important ideas and dangerous pitfalls. With over 100 figures, hundreds of working code examples, and comparisons of coding techniques, this book rewards teh reader with a complete understanding of both C++ and the object model. Professional software analysts, designers, programmers, and advanced computer science students will benefit from reading this book.
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KEY BENEFIT: This is a comprehensive introduction to the object-oriented style of programming in C++. KEY TOPICS: The book unifies material from two distinct but related areas. First, as in a book on object-oriented analysis and design, it develops object-oriented concepts from first principles. Second, as in a language text, it explains C++ mechanisms that implement object-oriented concepts. The text teaches C++ and object-oriented design fundamentals, helping programmers develop a new, object-oriented perspective on computational problems. For programmers, computer scientists, and students.Review:
"If you are learning C++ and can buy only two books to help you along, this should be one of them." PC Techniques
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Book Description SIGS, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1884842054