Wiley's Teach Yourself C++

ISBN-10: 0764526448

ISBN-13: 9780764526442

Edition: 7th 2003 (Revised)

Authors: Al Stevens

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This edition of the classic reference includes the latest ANSI committee's changes to C++, and new information on compilers. It should be noted that many proprietary interfaces can only be programmed using C or C++.
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List price: $35.00
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/4/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 738
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Welcome to Teach Yourself
Fundamental C++ Programming
An Introduction to C++
A Brief History of C++
Standard C++: A Programming Language and a Library
C++ versus C
The Organization of a C++ Program
Personal Workbook
Simple C++ Programming
C++ Identifiers and Keywords
Your First C++ Program
Expressions and Assignments
Operators That Compute
Operators That Make Decisions
Bitwise Operators
Compound Assignment and Comma Operators
Precedence and Associativity
Type Conversion
Console Input and Output
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Function Declaration, Definition, and Calling
Returning from Functions
Passing Arguments to Function Parameters
Overloaded Functions
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Program Flow Control
Complex Tests: else if and switch...case
Looping: while, do...while, and for
Loop Control: break and continue
Unstructured Programming: goto
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C++ Data Types
Storage Classes
Type Qualifiers
Enumerated Types--enum
More Data Operators
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Pointers and Addresses
Pointers Variables and Memory Addresses
Pointer Arithmetic
Pointers and Arrays
Pointers to Structures
Passing Pointers and Returning Addresses
Pointers to Functions
Pointers to Pointers and to Arrays of Pointers
Const and void Pointers
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Memory Allocation
The new and delete Operators
Heap Exhaustion
Overloading the new and delete Operators
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Declaring, Initializing, and Modifying References
Passing and Returning References
References and const
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The Preprocessor
Preprocessing Directives and Including Files
Macros: #define and #undef
Stringizing and Concatenation
Compile-time Conditionals
Other Standard Directives and Definitions
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The C++ Compile and Runtime Environment
Compiling and Linking
The main Function
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C++ Classes
The Class Declaration and Members
Classes and const
Static Members
The this Pointer
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Class Constructors and Destructors
Overloaded Constructors
Copy Constructors
Parameter Initialization Lists
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Class Object Conversion
Two Date Classes
Conversion Constructors
Member Conversion Functions
Two-way Conversions
Conversion Contexts
Explicit Constructors
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Class Friends
Friend Functions
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Classes and Arrays
Arrays of Class Objects
Class Object Arrays, Construction, and Destruction
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Classes and Memory Allocation
Overloading Class new and delete
Overloading Class new[] and delete[]
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Advanced C++ Programming
Overloaded Operators
Guidelines and Rules
Overloaded Assignment Operators
Binary Arithmetic Operators
Other Operators
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Base and Derived Classes
Specializing Classes
Overriding Base Class Member Functions
Multiple Derived Classes from One Base
Classes Derived from Derived Base Classes
Overloading [[and]
A Personnel Class Hierarchy
Virtual Member Functions
Application Frameworks
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Multiple Inheritance (MI)
Multiple Base Classes
Constructors and Destructors with MI
Refining the Property Accounting System
Overriding Members with Multiple Inheritance
Ambiguities with Multiple Inheritance
Virtual Base Classes
Implementing the Design
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C and C++ Style Typecasts
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Class Templates
A Bounded Array Class Template
Template Specialization
Function Templates
Templates and Abstraction
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Exception Handling
Exception Handling in C
try, catch, and throw
Uncaught Exceptions
Standard Exceptions
Exception Specifications
Exceptions and Unreleased Resources
A Calculator Program
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New Language Features
Run-time Type Information
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The Standard C++ Library
The Standard C++ Library
Assertions [cassert]
Standard I/O, Character Conversions, and Math
Error Numbers [cerrno]
C Exceptions [csetjmp]
Variable Argument Lists [cstdarg]
Standard Library Functions [cstdlib]
String Functions [cstring]
Time Functions [ctime]
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The std::string Class
Basic std::string Operations
Advanced std::string Operations
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Input/Output Streams
Stream Classes
Formatted Output
Input/Output Member Functions
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File I/O Streams
The std::ofstream Class
The std::ifstream Class
Reading and Writing Stream Files
Opening and Closing a Stream File
Testing Errors
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STL: Containers, Iterators, and Algorithms
STL Rationale
Sequence Containers
Container Adapters
Associative Containers
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Personal Workbook Answers
About the CD-ROM
End-User License Agreement
Installing the CD-ROM Disk
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