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This edition provides an updated guide to programming with C++, and includes conditional statements and integer types, functions and the ASCII code.
Programming with C++, Second Edition, is an update of the highly successful first editiona bestseller in Schaum's computer science lineand reflects the new ISO standard for C++, rendering previous C++ guides obsolete. Essential for programmers, 280,000 computer science students taking first-level classes, and thousands of advanced placement students, this book is the perfect supplement to the leading textbooks in introductory and higher-level programming courses.
About the Author
John R. Hubbard, Ph.D., is Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Richmond. He received his doctorate in Mathematics from the University of Michigan and his M.S. in Computer Science from Penn State. He has received awards from the national Science Foundation and is the author of the popular Schaum's Outline of Programming with C++.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Elementary C++ Programming.
Chapter 2: Fundamental Types.
Chapter 3: Selection.
Chapter 4: Iteration.
Chapter 5: Functions.
Chapter 6: Arrays.
Chapter 7: Pointers and References.
Chapter 8: C-Strings.
Chapter 9: Standard C++ Strings.
Chapter 10: Classes.
Chapter 11: Overloading Operators.
Chapter 12: Composition and Inheritance.
Chapter 13: Templates and Iterators.
Chapter 14: Standard C++ Vectors.
Chapter 15: Container Classes.
A: Character Codes.
B: Standard C++ Keywords.
C: Standard C++ Operators.
D: Standard C++ Container Classes.
E: Standard C++ Generic Algorithms.
F: The Standard C Library.
G: Hexadecimal Numbers.