No knowledge of programming is assumed. This book is as much for the beginner in programming as it is for the newcomer to C++, although readers are expected to have some acquaintance with computers and text editors. Plenty of relevant examples are included throughout the book, most of which are slanted towards numerical applications, and it is this bias that makes this book unique in its field and of particular interest to those who have to work with figures.
Table of Content
The Lexical Basis of C++
Fundamental Types and Basic Operators
Pointers and Arrays
Further Pointer Techniques
Constructors and Destructors
Input and Output
Appendix-A The ASCII Character Codes
Appendix-C Differences between C and C++
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