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Programming in C++ covers the fundamentals of programming and software development using C++. It adopts an objects early approach to teaching C++ and integrates the use of a graphical API, called EzWindows. Key features Comprehensive chapter on debugging and testing. Classes are introduced early with a gentle introduction to object-oriented design in Chapter 1. A graphical Application Programmer Interface (API) is used so that beginning programmers can develop interesting programs. 600 review questions help the students revise and practice concepts learnt. Classes are introduced early with a gentle introduction to object-oriented design in Chapter 1. A graphical Application Programmer Interface (API) is used so that beginning programmers can develop interesting programs. 600 review questions help the students revise and practice concepts learnt.
Chapter 1 Computing and the Object-oriented Design Methodology
Chapter 2 C++: The Fundamentals
Chapter 3 Modifying Objects
Chapter 4 Control Constructs
Chapter 5 Function Basics
Chapter 6 Programmer-defined Functions
Chapter 7 The Class Construct and Object-Oriented Design
Chapter 8 Implementing Abstract Data Types
Chapter 9 Lists
Chapter 10 The EzWindows API : A Detailed Examination
Chapter 11 Pointers and Dynamic Memory
Chapter 12 Testing and Debugging
Chapter 13 Inheritance
Chapter 14 Templates and Polymorphism
Chapter 15 Software Project ? Bug Hunt! Index
Appendix A Tables
Appendix B Standard Libraries
Appendix C Standard Classes
Appendix D Advanced Topics
Appendix E EzWindows API Reference Manual
Appendix F Projects and Make files
|Publisher||Tata McGraw - Hill Education|
|Number of Pages||948 Pages|
|Authored By||James P Cohoon, Jack W Davidson|
|Author Info||"Cohoon, James: Professor, Computer science Department, University of Virginia Davidson, Jack: Professor, Computer Science Department, University of Virginia"|
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