Let Us C++ is a guidebook to help programmers master the programming language C++.
Summary Of The Book
Let Us C++ is a reference book on the subject of C++, a widely used programming language in the IT industry. It comprehensively covers topics like smart pointers, multiple inheritance, namespaces, containers and iterators, exception handling, free store management, and data structures. It also covers concepts like templates, mutable and explicit keywords, new casting syntax, virtual tables and virtual pointers, and run-time type identification.
The book begins with the fundamentals of C++ and then gradually proceeds to the relatively advanced topics. The concepts are explained in a simple and lucid manner, and are supplemented by relevant examples. The book not only helps readers grasp the concepts of C++, but also helps them understand the underlying principles and logic.
This edition of Let Us C++ was published in 2002 by BPB Publications. It comes with a complimentary CD-ROM that contains MATLAB examples and demos.
About Yashavant Kanetkar
Yashavant Kanetkar is an Indian computer programmer, speaker, and columnist. He is best-known for his books on various subjects related to computer programming.
He has written books like Data Structure Through C, Understanding Pointers In C, Unix Shell Programming, Object Oriented Programming With C++, and Java Servelets JSP.
Kanetkar is a Mechanical Engineering graduate of Veermata Jijabai Technology Institute. He also has a Masters degree from IIT Kanpur. He regularly contributes to publications like Developer 2.0 and Express Computers. He also speaks on various subjects related to technology.
Kanetkar’s contribution to the field of computer programming has earned him the 'Microsoft Most Valuable Professional' award and the 'Best .NET Technical Contributor' award from Microsoft. He has established KICIT, a company that prepares course material for object-oriented technologies such as .NET, MFC, and C++. Kanetkar has mentored IT professionals for several years and continues to do so.
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