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C++ Programming Open Source Language

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Book Id: WPLBN0000660907
Format Type: PDF eBook
File Size: 2.98 MB.
Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: C++ Programming Open Source Language  
Language: English
Subject: Arithmetic, Math, Language
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Excerpt: Since its introduction less than a decade ago, C++ has experienced growing acceptance as a practical object-oriented programming language suitable for teaching, research, and commercial software development. The language has also rapidly evolved during this period and acquired a number of new features (e.g., templates and exception handling) which have added to its richness. This book serves as an introduction to the C++ language. It teaches how to program in C++ and how to properly use its features. It does not attempt to teach object-oriented design to any depth, which I believe is best covered in a book in its own right. In designing this book, I have strived to achieve three goals. First, to produce a concise introductory text, free from unnecessary verbosity, so that beginners can develop a good understanding of the language in a short period of time. Second, I have tried to combine a tutorial style (based on explanation of concepts through examples) with a reference style (based on a flat structure). As a result, each chapter consists of a list of relatively short sections (mostly one or two pages), with no further subdivision. This, I hope, further simplifies the reader?s task. Finally, I have consciously avoided trying to present an absolutely complete description of C++. While no important topic has been omitted, descriptions of some of the minor idiosyncrasies have been avoided for the sake of clarity and to avoid overwhelming beginners with too much information. Experience suggests that any small knowledge gaps left as a result, will be easily filled over time through self-discovery.

Table of Contents
Contents Contents vi Preface xi Intended Audience xi Structure of the Book xii 1. Preliminaries 1 Programming 1 A Simple C++ Program 2 Compiling a Simple C++ Program 3 How C++ Compilation Works 4 Variables 5 Simple Input/Output 7 Comments 9 Memory 10 Integer Numbers 11 Real Numbers 12 Characters 13 Strings 14 Names 15 Exercises 16 2. Expressions 17 Arithmetic Operators 18


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