Object-Oriented Software in ANSI C++ / Edition 2

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"The book covers ANSI C++ and is illustrated with numerous programming examples. The first few chapters introduce computer programming for those who have no previous programming knowledge. Only when the core ideas have been covered are the low-level components of C++ introduced. A case study is used to show how a UML design can be formulated and from the developed design a solution in C++ is developed. The UML notation is used in the book to illustrate object-oriented ideas and concepts."--BOOK JACKET.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780077095048
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 6/28/2000
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 475
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 1.18 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Introduction to programming 1
2 Software design 21
3 Introducing C++ - part 1 29
4 Introducing C++ - part 2 43
5 Classes 59
6 Functions 77
7 Separate compilation 99
8 Arrays 113
9 Templates 143
10 Static variables and functions 153
11 Inheritance 159
12 The game of four counters 191
13 Namespace 213
14 Exceptions 219
15 Operator overloading 225
16 Polymorphism 247
17 Pointers and dynamic storage 259
18 Polymorphism revisited 287
19 Declarations and casts 303
20 Container classes 311
21 Pre-processing directives 331
22 C++ input and output 341
23 Deep and shallow copying 355
24 Pointers and generic algorithms 365
25 STL containers 387
26 Using legacy C++ compilers 415
27 Attributes 421
28 C++: a summary 431
App. A C++ style input/output 438
App. B C style input/output 442
App. C Useful functions 446
App. D The string class 452
App. E The standard library 453
App. F Priority of operators 460
App. G String and character escape sequences 461
App. H Fundamental types 462
App. I Literals in C++ 463
App. J Keywords in C++ 464
App. K Passing data to a C++ program 465
App. L Access to C functions in a C++ program 466
App. M Compatibility of code 467
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