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Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 10 Minutes (Sams Teach Yourself...in 10 Minutes)by Jesse Liberty
Synopses & Reviews
C++ remains a popular object-oriented language and Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 10 Minutes provides a quick, focused way to learn the language. The author assumes no prior programming experience and begins by showing the reader the absolute fundamentals of what a program is and guides the readers to write their very first program. It covers all the important topics in C++ and provides a sold foundation on which to build programming knowledge. The material is reorganized to fit proven teaching techniques with about thirty percent of the text rewritten. All examples are new to comply with the current ANSI C++ standard and make them completely compatible with all popular compilers.
. A fast and direct way to learn the fundamentals of this powerful language. Can be used as a quick introduction to programming or as a pocket reference for the techniques, syntax and tools of C++ programming.
About the Author
Jesse Liberty is president of Liberty Associates, Inc., which provides onsite training, mentoring, consulting, and contract programming. Jesse was a software architect for Xerox and a distinguished software engineer for AT&T. He is the author of numerous books on C++ and object-oriented programming, the latest of which are:
Mark Cashman is a software developer with experience in a variety of industries. His specialties include computer/human interaction, elational databases, object-oriented development, and Web site/Web software development, including his own site, the Temporal Doorway. Mark is an adjunct professor at Springfield College and a co-dean of in-house training at Ultimate Data Systems. He speaks and teaches at seminars on C++. He is a contributing author to:
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