Unlike other C++ programming books, C++ For Dummies considers the "why" just as important as the "how." The features of C++ are like pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. Rather than just present the features, this book will help you to really understand how they fit together. After you finish this book, you'll be able to write a reasonable C++ program, and, just as important, you'll understand why and how it works.
C++, as the name implies, is the next generation of the C programming language. The experienced C programmer will find C++ both exciting and frustrating. This book will help you get from C to C++ as painlessly as possible; however, C++ For Dummies, 4th Edition, doesn't assume that the reader knows anything about C language. Anyone, from any programming background, will quickly discover how to
This fourth edition of C++ For Dummies begins with basic programming concepts. The book works its way through simple syntax into the care and feeding of basic programs right into object-oriented concepts. Once you've digested the entire content of the book, you should have no trouble impressing your friends and acquaintances at parties. You'll find coverage of all these topics, and more:
C++ For Dummies does not cover Windows programming. Finding out how to program Windows in C++ is really a two-step process. First, you need to master C++. That accomplished, you can move on to Windows programming.
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GNU compiler and all code from the book on CD-ROM
Object-oriented programming — explained in plain English
Your first aid kit® for building and debugging your programs Now updated to cover the latest ANSI C++ standards, this friendly guide gives you a C++ jump start with expanded coverage of beginning programming techniques. From classes and hierarchies to libraries, the easy-to-follow explanations of object-oriented and non-object-oriented C++ concepts and the step-by-step instructions will have you programming in no time. all this on the bonus CD-ROM The C++ GNU compiler, plus all code and programming syntax from the book PC running Windows 95 or later or Windows NT 4 or later. See the About the CD Appendix for further requirements and details.
Discover how to: Write your first program Create source code Use the Visual C++ help system Build objects Develop C++ pointers Debug your programs
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Stephen Randy Davis is a software consultant and instructor with Valtech, Inc. He wrote Windows® 95 Programming For Dummies® and the previous editions of C++ For Dummies®.
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