In the author's words, this book introduces students "to the analysis, design, implementation, testing, and debugging of programs using C++, and to the breadth and richness of the computer science discipline." PROBLEM SOLVING IN C++ features an early but gradual and natural introduction to object-oriented programming (starting in Chapter 3), and chapter-ending, built-in laboratories that directly support the book's presentation of concepts. It offers twenty-two discrete "breadth" sections that present a broad range of topics in computer science. The author presents programming in a clear, visual manner with ample use of examples and figures. Other learning features include exercises at the end of each section, an average of 17 programming projects per chapter, historical anecdotes, chapter introductions and goals, programming and debugging hints, chapter key terms and summaries, and review questions.
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