Simply C++ An Application-Driven Tutorial Approach

ISBN-10: 0131426605
ISBN-13: 9780131426603
Edition: 2005
List price: $186.60
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Description: For courses in C++ - Introduction to Programming. The Simply series combines the DEITEL signature LIVE-CODE Approach with a new APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build practical, real-world applications that incorporate C++  More...

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Book details

List price: $186.60
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/5/2004
Binding: Mixed Media
Pages: 704
Size: 8.47" wide x 10.97" long x 1.41" tall
Weight: 3.080
Language: English

For courses in C++ - Introduction to Programming. The Simply series combines the DEITEL signature LIVE-CODE Approach with a new APPLICATION-DRIVEN methodology, in which readers build practical, real-world applications that incorporate C++ programming fundamentals. Readers build and execute complete applications from start to finish while learning the basics of programming from the ground up. The abundant self- assessment exercises take the same approachlike having a text and lab manual in one.

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Preface
Before You Begin
Student Grades Application Introducing Computers, the Internet and Programming
Welcome Application Introduction to C++ Programming
Inventory Application Introducing Variables, Memory Concepts, Arithmetic and Input/Output
Wage Calculator Application Introducing Algorithms, Pseudocode and Program Control
Dental Payment Application Introducing Logical Operators, Characters and Strings
Car Payment Calculator Application Introducing the while Repetition Statement
Class Average Application Introducing the do��while Repetition Statement and Sentinel-Controlled Repetition
Interest Calculator Application Introducing the for Repetition Statement and the Math Library
Income Tax Calculator Application Introducing the switch Multiple-Selection Statement
Enhancing the Wage Calculator Application Introducing Functions
Fund Raiser Application Introducing Scope, Function Prototypes and Conversion of Primitive Types
Craps Game Application Introducing Random Number Generation and Enumerations
Salary Survey Application Introducing One-Dimensional Arrays
Student Grades Application Introducing Two-Dimensional Arrays and References
ATM Application Building Your Own Classes and Objects
Card Shuffling Application Introducing Pointers
Enhancing the Car Payment Calculator Application Introducing Exception Handling
Enhancing the Student Grades Application Introducing Templates, the Standard Template Library (STL) and Vectors
Ticket Information Application Introducing Sequential-Access Files
Telephone Book Application Introducing Operator Overloading
Enhancing the ATM Application Introducing Inheritance and Polymorphism
Screen Scraping Application Introducing string Processing
Introduction to Microsoft¿ Visual Studio¿
Introduction to the GNU C++ Tools
Introduction to Borland¿ C++Buildier¿ Studio
Introduction to Metrowerks  CodeWarrior 
Operator Precedence Chart
ASCII Character Set
C Standard Library and STL Reference
Keyword Chart
Primitive Types
Glossary
Index

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