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This informative new book introduces readers to programming using the C++ programming language. Bronson's new edition includes algorithm development, problem solving, and computer science concepts. The material is presented by a depth-first linear progression that guides readers through procedural orientation, object-orientation, and data structures.
1. Introduction to Computers and Programming Part 1: Procedure-Oriented Programming in C++ 2. Problem Solving Using C++ 3. Completing the Basics 4. Selection Structures 5. Repetition Structures 6. Modularity Using Functions Part 2: Object-Oriented Programming In C++ 7. Introduction to classes 8. Class Functions and Conversions 9. Inheritance and Dynamic Memory Allocation 10. I/O File Streams and Data Files Part 3: Data Structures 11. Arrays 12. Strings 13. Addresses, Pointers, and Arrays 14. Records as Data Structures 15. Object-Oriented Stacks and Queues Appendices: A: Object Precedence Table B: ASCII Character Codes C: Program Entry, Compilation, Execution D: Input, Output, and Standard Error Redirection E: Floating-Point Number Storage F: Namespaces G: The Standard Template Library / H: Using Visual C++ Version 6.0 I: Using C++ Builder J: Additional Capabilities K. Solutions to Selected Oddnumbered