C++ Super Review

C++ Super Review

by David Hunter

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ISBN-13: 9780878911813
Publisher: Research & Education Association
Publication date: 06/02/2000
Series: Super Reviews Study Guides Series
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.36(d)
Age Range: 16 Years

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What This Book Will Do For You...

REA's SUPER REVIEWS provides all you need to know to excel in class and succeed on midterms, finals, and even pop quizzes.

Think of this book as giving you access to your own private tutor. Here, right at your fingertips, is a brisk review to help you not only understand your textbook but also pick up where even some of the best lectures leave off.

Outstanding features include...
- Comprehensive yet concise coverage
- Targeted preparation for subject tests
- Easy-to-follow & format that helps you master the subject matter
- End-of-chapter quizzes that provide pretest tune-up

We think you'll agree that, whether you're prepping for your next test or want to be a stronger contributor in class, REA's truly provides all you need to know!

Larry B. Kling
Super Review Program Director

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 LANGUAGE FUNDAMENTALS
1.1 Language Overview
1.2 Primitive Types
1.3 Constants
1.4 Declarations
1.5 Operators and Expressions
1.6 Type Conversion
1.7 Standard Input and Output
2 CONTROL STRUCTURES
2.1 Selectional Structures
2.2 Looping Constructs
3 NON-PRIMITIVE DATA TYPES
3.1 Enumerated Types
3.2 Arrays
3.3 Structures
3.4 Unions
3.5 The Typed Statement
4 POINTER AND REFERENCE TYPES
4.1 Pointer Variables
4.2 Dynamic Arrays
4.3 Reference Variables
4.4 Recursive Structures
5 FUNCTIONS
5.1 Function Structure
5.2 Parameter Passing Mechanisms
5.3 Function Return Types
5.4 Function Prototypes
5.5 Optional Parameters
5.6 Overloaded Functions
5.7 Operator Overloading
5.8 Inline Functions
5.9 Controlling Scope and Lifetime
6 PREPROCESSOR DIRECTIVES AND HEADER FILES
6.1 The Preprocessor
6.2 Header files, #include, and Separate Compilation
6.3 Symbolic Constants
6.4 Macros
6.5 Conditional Compilation
6.6 Avoiding Duplicate Definitions
6.7 Some Useful Library Files
7 WORKING WITH CHARACTER STRINGS
7.1 Character Strings
8 CLASSES AND OBJECTS
8.1 Class Definition
8.2 The public, private and protected keywords
8.3 Specialized Methods
8.4 Friend Classes and Functions
8.5 A Linked List Class
8.6 Class Nesting
8.7 Static Class Members
8.8 Type Conversion Methods
9 INHERITANCE
9.1 Simple Inheritance
9.2 Construction and Destruction of Derived Class Objects
9.3 Inheritance and Information Hiding
9.4 Multiple Inheritance
9.5 Virtual Methods and Polymorphism
9.6 Abstract Classes
10 TEMPLATES
10.1 Class Templates
10.2 Function Templates
10.3 Templates for Derived Classes
10.4 Templates for Recursive Classes
11 INPUT AND OUTPUT
11.1 Files and Streams
11.2 Overloading the Stream Operators
11.3 Setting Format Options
11.4 Formatting and Using I/O Manipulators
11.5 Files Classes
11.6 Binary I/O

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