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Exploring C++ The Programmer’s Introduction to C ++

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Author: Ray Lischner

ISBN: 9788184894981

Copy Right Year:  1988

Pages:  744

Binding: Soft Cover

Publisher:  Springer

SKU: 9788184894981 Category:

Description

C++ began as a mere cub of a language more than 20 years ago before multiple inheritance, before templates, and before standard. Then the language grew up quickly. Too quickly. The C++ community debated about the proper use of operator overloading, multiple inheritance, and other features of C++. Every newcomer to C++ felt compelled to write yet another string class, bristling with overloaded operators that rendered it incomprehensible and unusable. But through these exercises (repeated innumerable times) we learned.

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Weight 1.01 kg
Dimensions 24 × 18 × 3 cm

Table of Content

Part 1 – The Basics

Honing Your Tools

Reading C++ Code

Integer Expressions

Strings

Simple Input

Error Messages

For Loops

Formatted Output

Arrays and Vectors

Increment and Decrement

Conditions and Logic

Compound Statements

Introduction to File I/O

The Map Data Structure

Type Synonyms

Characters

Character Categories

Case Folding

Writing Functions

Function Arguments

Using Algorithms

Overloading Function Names

Big and Little Numbers

Very Big and Very Little Numbers

Documentation

Project 1: Body- Mass Index

Part 2- Customs Types

Custom Types

Overloading Operators

Customs I/O Operators

Assignments and Initialization

Writing Classes

More About Member Functions

Access Levels

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

Inheritance

Virtual Functions

Classes and Types

Declarations and Definitions

Using Multiple Source Files

Function Objects

Useful Algorithms

Iterators

Exceptions

More Operators

Project 2: Fixed –Point Numbers

Part 3- Genetic Programming

Function Templates

Class Templates

Template Specialization

Partial Specialization

Names and Namespaces

Containers

International Characters

Locales and Facets

Text I/O

Project 3: Currency Type

Part 4- Real Programming

Pointers

Dynamic Memory

Exception-Safety

Old Fashioned Arrays

Smart Pointers

Working with Bits

Enumerations

Multiple Inheritance

Traits and Policies

Names and Templates

Overloaded Functions

Metaprogramming

Project 4: Calculator

Index

About The Author

Ray Lischner is the author of C++ in a Nutshell and other books. He has been programming for over three decades, using languages as diverse as Algol, APL, Bash, C, C++, COBOL, csh, DCL, Delphi, Eiffel, Fortran, Haskell, Icon, Java, LISP, Pascal, Perl, PHP, PL/I, Python, Ruby, Scheme, Smalltalk, and a variety of assemblers.

In the years after he graduated from Caltech (in the mid -1980s), Ray worked as a software developer on both coasts of the United States, with stops in between. He has worked at companies big and small: from start-ups to Fortune 500. Not so very long ago, he decided to escape from the corporate rat race.

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