Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours with CD ROM / Edition 4by Jesse Liberty, David Horvath
Pub. Date: 08/06/2004
This up-to-date guide to C++ programming is all you need to teach yourself the basics in 24 hours. Jesse Liberty's Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours is a hand-on guide complete with examples of syntax and detailed analysis of code. By the end of the book, you will have learned the fundamentals of C++, including managing I/O loops and arrays, object-oriented
This up-to-date guide to C++ programming is all you need to teach yourself the basics in 24 hours. Jesse Liberty's Sams Teach Yourself C++ in 24 Hours is a hand-on guide complete with examples of syntax and detailed analysis of code. By the end of the book, you will have learned the fundamentals of C++, including managing I/O loops and arrays, object-oriented programming, and creating C++ applications. A CD is included that provides you with all the source code needed to develop the samples in the book as well as the Cygnus Insight Debugger and the Dev-C++ IDE. Join over 250,000 readers who have learned C++ programming from Jesse Liberty!
Table of Contents
I: INTRODUCING C++.
Hour 1: Getting Started.
Hour 2: The Parts of a C++ Program.
Hour 3: Variables and Constants.
Hour 4: Expressions and Statements.
Hour 5: Functions.
Hour 6: Program Flow.
Hour 7: Basic Classes.
Hour 8: More About Classes.
III: MEMORY MANAGEMENT.
Hour 9: Pointers.
Hour 10: Advanced Pointers.
Hour 11: References.
Hour 12: Advanced References and Pointers.
IV: POWER TOOLS.
Hour 13: Advanced Functions.
Hour 14: Operator Overloading.
Hour 15: Arrays.
V: INHERITANCE AND POLYMORPHISM.
Hour 16: Inheritance.
Hour 17: Polymorphism and Derived Classes.
Hour 18: Advanced Polymorphism.
Hour 19: Linked Lists.
VI: SPECIAL TOPICS.
Hour 20: Special Classes, Functions, and Pointers.
Hour 21: The Preprocessor.
Hour 22: Object-Oriented Analysis and Design.
Hour 23: Templates.
Hour 24: Exceptions, Error Handling, and More.
Appendix A: Binary and Hexadecimal.
Appendix B: Glossary.
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As a person who was a programmer many years ago, I was trying to pick up C++ for fun. I didn't find this book to be well organized nor accurate. t was difficult to follow. I returned it.
This book is terribly confusing. By the time you're halfway through chapter 2, you'll be more lost than Rick Moranis in Ghostbusters II. This book is supposed to be for beginners, but don't buy into it!!! Get another beginning C++ book. Definitely not this one.