Fundamentals of C++ Programming
by Richard L. Halterman
Publisher: Southern Adventist University 2010
Number of pages: 524
Table of Contents: The Context of Software Development; Writing a C++ Program; Values and Variables; Expressions and Arithmetic; Conditional Execution; Iteration; Other Conditional and Iterative Statements; Using Functions; Writing Functions; Arrays; Vectors; Sorting and Searching; Other Standard C++ Objects; Structured Data; Objects; Building some Useful Classes; Inheritance and Polymorphism; Using the Simple Graphics Library.
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