Object-Oriented Programming in C++ / Edition 2by Richard Johnsonbaugh, Martin Kalin, R. Johnsonbaugh
Pub. Date: 08/03/1999
A valuable handbook/reference for professionals who need to learn C++ and master its latest updates, this exceptionally organized, #1-rated guide teaches the power and flexibility of the C++ programming language through object-oriented programming applications. Examines the most up-to-date C++ features, including new-style headers, new-style/b>/b>… See more details below
A valuable handbook/reference for professionals who need to learn C++ and master its latest updates, this exceptionally organized, #1-rated guide teaches the power and flexibility of the C++ programming language through object-oriented programming applications. Examines the most up-to-date C++ features, including new-style headers, new-style casts, type bool, type string, stringstream classes, namespaces, namespace std., exception handling, run-time type identification, operator new , the template input/output classes, and more. Offers complete coverage on STL (standard template library), including containers, iterators, algorithms, and function objects; the standard input/output library IN DETAIL; and the Microsoft Foundation Classes. Contains an extensive number of well-constructed examples, beautifully fashioned sample applications, interesting and practical programming exercises, boxed figures and vibrant illustrations. A companion web site provides the book's source code, header files, and data files; sample syllabi; transparencies; and an errata list. For professionals in computer science and related fields.
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Table of Contents
1. Object-Oriented Programming.
2. From C to C++.
6. Operator Overloading.
7. Templates and the Standard Template Library.
8. The C++ Input/Output Class Hierarchy.
9. Object-Oriented Programming In The Microsoft Foundation Classes.
Appendix A. ASCII Table.
Appendix B. Selected C++ Functions and Methods.
Hints and Solutions to Odd-Numbered Exercises.
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